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The book you are holding in your hands is something of a miracle. The year it 
chronicles is one few institutions in history have experienced, ayear in which 
Hurricane Katrina brought about cataclysmic change to one of the worlds greatest 
cities and universities. It was ayear of tragedy and triumph, of devastation and 
determination. 

In light of the events of the past year, this "Jambalaya" is a kind of metaphor for what 
people of character do when they are faced with life-changing events. They gather the 
pieces that remain, assess what is most important in their lives and begin the long road 
to recovery. They also remember. They remember the lives lost, the treasures washed 
away, the friends and families still far away. 

This yearbook memorializes what we have endured but, more importantly, it celebrates 
what we have overcome, what we are and what we will be in the future. Katrina 
changed many things but the Tulane spirit and mission, our life-saving research, out- 
constant pursuit of scholarship, our creation and preservation of knowledge, the joy 
of discovery and lifelong friendship our students experience remain as vibrant as ever. 
As I stated soon after the storm, Tulane will do more than just survive; we will thrive 
and continue our role as a beacon of learning and research for the region and nation, as 
well as a dynamic engine of growth and change for New Orleans and its citizens. 

So I hope you enjoy and treasure this special edition of the "Jambalaya. It contains 
the things that are most important to us which, as it turns out, are not things at all 
but the students, faculty and staff who comprise the wonderful community of Tulane 
University. 



Scott Co wen 

President, Tulane University 



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When Tulane University officials returned 
to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, 
they began the process of renewal and rebirth 
by adopting a plan to restructure and reorganize 
the Tulane community. As "Save Engineering" 
signs began adorning Tulane 's walls along with 
other angry anti-Renewal Plan sentiments, 
administrators continually defended the plan 
as an inevitable extension of cost and strategic 
concerns. 
"The Board of Administrators, the president 
and I all were unhappy and distressed about 
having to make cuts in the university," Provost 
Lestor Lefton said. " [If not] for Katrina, such 
changes never would have been made. In the 
aftermath of Katrina, Tulane 's administration 
and board were faced immediately with securing 
the survival and recovery of the institution." 

Tulane University suffered approximately 
$150 million in operating losses and $250 million 
in property damages as a result of Hurricane 
Katrina. To offset these monumental losses, 
Tulane made strategic cuts in athletics, business, 
engineering and clinical medical operations in 
the School of Medicine. 

~ Jenna Joseph 



In a live chat Dec. 9, 2005, University President Scott Cowen 
announced to students, faculty and parents that several 
doctoral programs would be phased out and eventually cut. 
Students and faculty, nearing the end of their semester at host 
institutions, were shocked to find that university leaders made 
drastic decisions without their input. 

Doctoral programs in economics, English, French, 
historical preservation, law, political science, sociology, water 
resources planning management and social work as well as 
five engineering programs were eliminated. 

Cowen assured the Tulane community that experts 
helped to identify graduate programs most likely to gain 
national recognition. Those programs would remain and even 
be enhanced. 

" [National experts] suggested that we make all 
our decisions strategically and locus all future resources 
in schools and programs that 'were either nationally 
prominent or had the potential to be nationally prominent in 
undergraduate education, research, and graduate education," 
Cowen said. 

Although Cowen was sure decisions were made with 
thorough consideration, those most affected by the cuts had 
different opinions. 

English Department Chair Gaurev Desai feels the 
decision to cut programs was made carelessly. "From what 
I know, former Graduate Dean Alike Herman was given 48 
hours to make the decision for the entire university," Desai 
said. "He was away from his office with no data on the worth 
of each department." 

Desai feels the English Department will suffer a great 
loss without its doctoral program. "Without a Ph.D. program, 
our research reputation and faculty recruitment will be 
severely affected," Desai said. "We have been compromised 




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seriously." 

Desai does see a silver lining and wants to assure 
the Tulane community of the strength of the English 
Department. 

"Our 4+1 [program] is flourishing, and we will 
continue to focus on the [master's]," he said. 

Sarah Andert, a 4+1 student in English, believes 
doctoral students who obtained their bachelors from other 
universities will be greatly missed at Tulane. 

"Having fresh minds from other universities adds 
a different dimension to graduate courses," she said. "They 
have different approaches to research." 

Andert feels master's students benefit from the 
exposure to doctoral students. "Ph.D. students uphold the 
integrity of a course. We [master's students] should be 
exposed to their commitment," she remarked. 

The French Department has also experienced the 
significant loss of their Ph.D. program, while the M.A. is still 
intact. 

French Department Chair Erec Koch feels the 
university did not execute or communicate these changes 
in the right way. "I had to discover the loss our doctoral 
program by reading it online. 

There was no direct communication," Koch said. 
"The proposal for such drastic changes should be assessed by 
an informed panel, and that did not happen." 

Koch feels that cutting the Ph.D. program is a severe 
loss for the French language and culture of the region. "Our 
department has always been active, successful and integral 
to the community in New Orleans and Louisiana," Koch 
remarked. 

Koch also notes how this loss will affect 
undergraduates. "While we have retained our faculty, the 




loss of graduate students will affect the number and types of 
courses we can offer. Many upper-level courses were open 
to undergraduates and graduates and having both in the 
classroom was a positive aspect of our program," he said. 

Koch would be thrilled to rebuild the doctoral 
program in upcoming years. "If we are given the opportunity, 
we would restore the program, which is so important to 
Tulane, New Orleans and Louisiana," he said. "We are 
absolutely committed to excellence." 

Not every department feels that losing its doctoral 
program is entirely negative. Associate Dean of Social Work 
Jane Parker feels that the decision did not compromise the 
department. "It is an excellent, temporary business decision. 
If I were Scott Cowen, I would have done the same thing." 
Parker said. 

Parker sees many positive aspects in the changes. 
"We have retained our M.S.W., which is our flagship 
program," she said. Parker believes that New Orleans is 
now one of the best places to study social work. "There 
are so many networking opportunities post-Katrina. We 
are working with organizations like UNICEF to get our 
department good exposure," Parker said. 

Perhaps Katrina has strengthened the M.S.W. at 
Tulane. The motto for the program is now, "Social Work: If 
you can do it here, you can do it anywhere." 

The Tulane community holds a commitment 
to rebuilding and maintaining the excellence of each 
department. In channeling their frustrations into a positive 
look to the future, these students and faculty members are 
reclaiming their rightful place in the university's renewal 
plan. 

-Karie Melt- 



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The Tulane Renewal Plan sparks intense debate over the long-standing tradition of the 

separation of men and women in education 




Following the release of 
the Renewal Plan after the 
devastation of Hurricane 
Katrina, one critical bullet point 
of the plan instantly became 
a matter of discussion among 
students, faculty and alumni 
alike: the convergence of 
Newcomb and Tulane College 
into one, conglomerate 
college, Newcomb-Tulane 
College. This idea was met 
with some apathy on the part 
of the men and much outrage, 
anger, and disappointment 
from the women. Concerns 
about traditions, endowments 
and the dream of Josephine 
Louise Newcomb, Newcomb 
College's namesake, became 
an overnight topic of interest. 



Dubbed the Newcomb/Tulane 
Task Force, a group of alumni 
from both Newcomb and 
Tulane Colleges led by Chairs 
Darryl Berger and Linda Wilson 
was formed in January to hear 
suggestions on how to best 
use the hefty endowment left 
behind by Sophie B. Newcomb 
following the end of the 
coordinate college system. 
Open forums and rallies were 
held throughout the months 
of January and February 
where women expressed their 
concerns about losing the sense 
of community and tradition 
that they value as part of 
the separate college system. 
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Newcomb Colleges into one 
larger organization was not a 
plan to abolish long-standing 
traditions. 

In March, six alumnae of 
Newcomb College and 
nine Newcomb students 
filed a lawsuit against the 
administrators of the Tulane 
Educational Fund in an attempt 
to prevent the university from 
dissolving Newcomb and 
distributing the endowment 
fund among the university 
as a whole. The women 
cited tradition and historical 
significance as the main 
reasons to maintain the current 
university structure. However on 
March 31 U.S. District Court Carl 
Barbier dismissed the lawsuit 
citing a lack of evidence that 
Josephine Louise Newcomb 
intended her money to be used 
solely for a women's college. 



Although the combining 
of the colleges did force 
restructuring of the advising 
system for both Tulane and 
Newcomb Colleges, as well as 
the replacement of the Tulane 
and Newcomb College deans 
with a single dean for the new 
Newcomb-Tulane College, 
academically the combination 
had few effects. Classes were 
unaffected and held under the 
co-educational standard that 
had been followed prior to the 
release of the Renewal Plan. 

The two colleges remain united 
despite plans hatched to the 
contrary, as controversies swirl 
and debates will continue 
long into the months to come 
about the future of Tulane and 
Newcomb Colleges. 

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Orientation Deja Vu 34 




Step 1: CKeck In 
Step 2: Move Out 



"Everyone was trying to act 
calm and in control, when in fact 
we weren't. No one knew what to 
do; no one plans on moving in their 
freshman \'ear of college and moving 
right back out," said Nina Handojo. 

For freshmen, Aug. 27, 2005 was 
a day of excitement, anticipation and 
disappointment. "It was so frustrat- 
ing because I felt like after all my 
months of waiting and planning, I 
had to wait a little longer. " 

Greeted by welcome banners 
and colorful orientation signs, cars 
carrying Tulane freshmen and their 
belongings packed the University 
campus. 

Freshmen, eager to begin their 
new lives as college students, found 
themselves caught up in the whirl- 
wand excitement of move-in day. 

"Things were extremely hectic," 
recalled Morgan Lavan. "Everyone 
arrived at once it seemed; people 
had to wait for over an hour for the 
elevators to get their belongings up 
to their rooms." 

Krista DeLap added, "There 
were a lot of people helping students 
move in, mainly football pla3 r ers and 
orientation coordinators, but some 
things are hectic by nature. Move-in 
day is one of those things." 



As hectic as things seemed, 
move-in day was about to become 
even more interesting... 

"The morning of move-in day my 
mother and I saw a news bulletin 
about a hurricane approaching the 
city, and, you know, I told her it was 
nothing to -worry about," recalled 
Austin Pedal. "Then I started hear- 
ing rumors that they were going to 
evacuate us. 

The rumors turned out to be 
true. At 1 p.m., less than four hours 
following the arrival of students, 
President Scott Cowen, in his convo- 
cation speech, urged parents to take 
their children and leave the city. 

Although assuming they would 
be returning in a few days, students 
were still left disenchanted. Sam 
Hong stated, "I thought that it -was 
unfair how a new phase of my life 
was abruptly brought to a halt while 
students at other universities en- 
joyed their new lives." 

Piles of students' belongings clutter the Mon- 
roe Quad. Students at Monroe Hall were 
instructed to leave their items to be picked 
up after registration. 

Freshmen check in at Sharp Hall. Students 
had to complete paperwork before receiv- 
ing room assignments and keys. 

A helper carries in a box at J.L Hall. Many 
support persons were on hand to assist in 
carrying larger items into rooms. 

photos courtesy ofHollis M. Taylor 





Fleeing The 
Hurricane 



Tulane Students Leave New Orleans 
In the Calm Before the Storm 



When the order came to 
evacuate the city before 
Hurricane Katrina hit, some stu- 
dents returned home -with their 
parents, while others went along 
with Tulane's evacuation plan. 

About 400 students, nearly all 
of them freshmen, left New 
Orleans at 6 p.m. Aug. 18 by 
coach and by van to Jackson 
State University. The trip, which 
usually takes four hours, took 
almost ten. Along with the fresh- 
men, the football and soccer 
teams traveled to Jackson, Miss. 

Upon arrival, the students took 
their meager belongings into the 
gym and chose a piece of floor 
on -which to sleep. They stayed 
at Jackson State University un- 
til Sept. 1, when the hurricane 
hit Jackson, causing JSU to lose 
electricity and water. This led to 
another evacuation. A few stu- 
dents stayed at Jackson to fly out 
as soon as the airport reopened. 
Other students took another bus 
ride. Some went to Southern 
Methodist University in Hous- 
ton, while others went to Georgia 
Tech in Atlanta. 

From the two new locations, 
students had to find a way to get 
back home, thus ending the fall 
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Above (far): Kenneth 
Drummond, shown, and 
his wife plan on staying 
in an apartment in the 
French Quarter during 
Hurricane Katrina. 

Photo by Jennifer Zdon © 2006 The 
Times-Picayune Publishing Co., all 
rights reserved. Used with 
permission of the Times-Picayune. 

Above (near): Leonard 
Thoman, left, "and 
Eldon Chedville board 
up Chedville's home 
in Slidell Aug. 28, 2005 
where they plan to ride 
out the storm. 

Photo by Scott Threlkeld © 2006 The 
Times-Picayune Publishing Co., all 
rights reserved. Used with 
permission of the Times-Picayune. 





As Hurricane Katrina approaches, the contraflow lanes open at the 
Clearview crossover on 1-10 Westbound in Metairie on 
Saturday. Aug. 27,2005. 

Pholo by Michael Demockcr <" 2006 The Times-Picayune Publishing Co.. all rights reserved. Used with permission 
of the Times-Picayune. 



At 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2005, I received a call from a friend 
who is a resident advisor who informed me that a hurricane was head- 
ing for New Orleans and Tulane was evacuating. I left with my pet rab- 
bit, Gus, and clothing for a week heading toward Fort Polk, La. to visit a 
friend. I merged onto 1-10 West at Carrollton. It took me an hour and a 
half to get to the Clearview exit which normally takes 15 minutes. I got 
off and started going 1-10 East toward home, which is Savannah, Tenn. 
I spoke with my roommate, Ariel Baverman who was traveling with her 
pets: two lizards, two rats and three mice, when I was in Hattiesburg, 
Miss, and she said she was almost there. We decided to meet and stay 
in a hotel room in Meridian, Miss, that night. We had to secretly get our 
animals in the room without anyone seeing us and it was not fun! We 
both got up the next morning and continued to our homes. 

-Jessica Austin 



I took a taxi to Baton Rouge when we were told to evacuate. We were 
stuck in traffic for a long time and it took three and a half hours to 
get to Baton Rouge, a trip that usually only take about an hour. It was 
a very stressful day, I laid down on my mom's lap and slept for most 
of the drive. The trip was a total cost of S375. However there was an 
interesting end to the taxi ride. After that day, I became pretty close 
friends with the driver and now he calls to check in on me. I even went 
to his house for a Superbowl party this past February. 

- Raven O' Rourke 



I arrived for my first semester at Tulane School of Public Health and 
Tropical Medicine just hours before I had to evacuate because of Katnna. 
Just long enough to move my belongings into Deming and to take a 
nap after my long drive from Phoenix, Ariz. I decided that since I had 
to evacuate I would go on vacation for a few days in Miami... get some 
sun and then head back to New Orleans for the first day of orientation. 
I threw some clothes and my iPod into my backpack and headed out. 
From that point on things got much worse instead of better. At the exact 
moment that I passed a port-a-potty truck, two came unstrapped and 
landed on the hood of my new jeep, causing several thousand dollars 
worth of damage. Once I arrived in Miami, I realized that I would not 
be returning to New Orleans anytime soon, so I made the long journey 
through the northern states back to Arizona. 

- Angela Mitchell 



Crowds form long lines to enter the Louisiana Superdome 
as it opens as a last resort refuge as Hurricane Katrina 
approaches on Aug. 28. 2005. 

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A Few Good Men 

President Scott Cowen and a group of faculty and administrators find themselves stranded on campus 
after the levees break following Hurricane Katrina. The following is taken from a speech by Scott Cowen 

v^/n Saturday, Aug. 27, I addressed our incoming first-jrear students at a special Town Hall meeting held 
at 1 p.m. in McAlister Auditorium. This was move-in day for our first-year students. In that address, which lasted 

about 10 minutes, I told the students: "Welcome to Tulane University. Now, I'd like3^ou 
to leave vour belongings in your dorm rooms and leave town." Twenty-four hours earlier, 
Hurricane Katrina was in the Gulf of Mexico and headed for the Florida Panhandle. By 
that Saturday morning, the storm's path had shifted westward and was headed straight for 
New Orleans as a powerful Category 4 hurricane. 

Of those 1,650 first-year students and their parents, all but about 600 were able to leave 
under their own steam. We sent the remaining students to the campus of Jackson State 
University in Jackson, Miss., where they were given shelter until the storm passed. 

On Sunday, with the students safe, I gathered with four of my senior administrators in 
the Reily Student Recreation Center to ride out the storm with air mattresses, a little food 
and two days worth of clothing. There were also 25 facilities workers in ke\' buildings on our uptown campus, and 
about 200 in our downtown health sciences center. 

Hurricane Katrina arrived about 5 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 29, 
and took 12 hours to blow through, leaving behind mountains of debris, 
including broken tree limbs, upside-down cars, downed trees, blown-out 
windows, destroyed roofs and water damage all over New Orleans. 

Then the levees broke. Even though Katrina had not hit the city 
directly, its storm surge had swollen Lake Pontchatrain and the Industrial 
Canal, which sit to New Orleans' north and east, and the pressure caused 
four levee failures in various parts of the city, most of which lies below 
sea level. New Orleans lost power early on, but thanks to our generators 
we had some power on campus. We also had water, sewer and working 
land-line phones. We settled in for another night on campus, believing the 
water that was flooding neighborhoods in New Orleans East, Lakeview 
and the Ninth Ward would not reach us. 

By Tuesday evening, however, water was everywhere, turning the 
Reily Center into a virtual island. Fortunately, the day before the storm, we had found a couple of canoes underneath 
the Reily center; now, they were our only means of transportation. Our generators had been deluged and we were 
without power; the city's -water supply was now compromised and we had no sewer services. No phones were -working. 
We weren't sure what to do, and I was concerned about our people downtown at our health sciences center and in 
Tulane hospital. Then I heard a "ping" from my cell phone; I had a text message. I had never used text messaging, 
didn't know how to use it, and still am unsure why it worked when nothing else did. But it was a message from my 
daughter in New York, and soon text messaging became our link to the outside world. 

There was now no way out of the flooded city, and for the next two days we sat in eerie silence, surrounded 
by water. Our facilities personnel had joined us at the recreational center, bringing our population to 30. We slept 

anywhere there was air moving in the stifling heat. I joined a few of our facilities 
staff members in a canoe to paddle around the campus looking for food and water. 
In addition to finding food, we also siphoned gas out of parked cars to power a 
motorboat we had found. I learned a whole new set of skills during this time! 

Meanwhile, other members of the Tulane administration -were gathering in 
Houston, and they had made arrangements for a helicopter to rescue us. The 
first attempt failed when the helicopter was unable to find us. Final ly, we were 
told the helicopter could pick us up at a riverside park a mile or so from campus. 
Getting there was an experience I'll never forget. First, we took a boat to the edge 
of the flooded area. Then, we hot-wired a golf cart to take us to the nearest main 
thoroughfare, where an abandoned dump truck was commandeered to drive us to 
the helicopter pickup. As I sat in the helicopter flying out over the inundated city, I 
did not know if Tulane— or New Orleans— would survive. 

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Tulane students give a new coat of paint to Alice Hart Elementary School in Algiers. 
Photo courtesy of Paula Burch, University Publications. 



In the aftermath of the 
hurricane, Tulane students 
found themselves with a lot of 
questions. For many the first 
question that came to mind 
was not, "What will happen 
to me?", but "How can I 
help?" Many students found 
at the same time that the 
national media was suddenly 
interested in how they 
were coping. The following 
headlines show that Tulane 
students rose to the occasion 
to help each other and 
New Orleans to recover. 



Volunteers Clear Out New Orleans Synagogue 
-Las Vegas Sun 12/19/05 



Displaced 

students 
heading home 
-MSNBC 
12/19/2005 



Dave of support 

-ESPN-com 

1/11/BDDb 



TULANE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM 
FIRST TO PLAY IX XEW ORLEANS 
USA TODAY 12/18/2005 



Students Return to 
New Orleans Colleges 
-The Guardian 
1/17/2006 



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A new kind of publicity 
for the Crescent City 




The sun sets on a water-filled Canal Street at Basin in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New 

Orleans, Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005. 

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Floodwaters, Tensions Rise in New 

Orleans 

-CNN.com 8/31/05 



Before Hurricane Katrina, 
New Orleans was famous 
for its music, food, and 
nightlife. Since August of 
2005 Hurricane Katrina 
has overshadowed 
everything else about the 
city in the national and 
international press. At first, 
New Orleanians stranded 
far from their homes 
waited eagerly for each 
piece of news. Even as 
the flood waters rose and 
residents were ordered 
out of the city, journalists 
swarmed in. Their reports 
were watched and read 
by a world in shock at 
the devastation. As more 
and more people return 
to New Orleans, stories of 
loss were slowly replaced 
by news of recovery. 
Here is a sample of the 
headlines that told the 
story of the storm. 



~[n Storm's Ruins, a 
Rush to Rebuild and 
Reopen for Business 
-New York Times 9/ 




FRENCH 
QUARTER ALIVE 
AGAIN 
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TIMES 10/16/05 



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New Orleans Braces for the big'One 

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Water edges up to the Edgewater Baptist Church on 
Paris Avenue Sept. 23, 2005. The neighborhood had 
previously dried out from Katrina flooding. 
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Storm-displaced 
students urged to 
learn where they 



-Times Picayune 
9/1/05 

NEW ORLEANS 
IKIES TO PLUG 
BREACHES FEDS 
FAN OUT IN 
SI OHM RECOVERY 
EFFORTS ACROSS 
GULF REGION 
-CNN.COM 9/1/05 

A cemetery at the head of Canal Street is still under 

w ater nearlv a week after Hurricane Katrina 

pounded the Big Easy, Sunday, Sept. 4. 2005, 

Photo by David Gruntcld •' 2006 The Times-Picayune 

Publishing Co., all rights reserved. Used w ith 

permission of The Times-Pica) line. 



With Few Warning 
Signs, an Unpredictable 
Behemoth Grew 
-New York Times 
8/29/05 

Le cij clone Katrina. clevaste 
les cotes ainei icaines 
-LeMondeir 8/50/2005 



Health emergency 
declared 
-CNN-com Vl/05 



Death ToU in New Orleans May 
Be Lower Than Once Feared 
-New York Tines 9/10/05 



THE WHOLE DAMN CITY 
IS UNDER WATER' 
-THE GUARDIAN 8/30/03 




fatal blow for 
New Orleansi L e - 
vggs fail to hold 
back water 
-CNN-com ^77/05 



Rgpper Kgnye West 
blasts Bush on TV benefit 

-Bgbrgine Tribune 
9/4/2005 



Clinton and Bush Snr to 

lead aid appeal 

-The Guardian 9/2/05 

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KATRINA AID POURS IN 
FROM MOUND THE WORLD 
-CHINA DAILY 9/5/05 



Reopened zoo brings 
New Orleans a hint 
of normality 
-Bahrain© Tribune 

11/27/2005 





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leading a Roof lop Re/cue by the DouirT/ Early light 
- flew York Time/ 9/25/05 



A blackhawk helicopter 

rescues people in the 

B.W. Cooper project as 

a man goes back to his 

apartment in Hurricane 

Katrina in New Orleans, 

Wednesday, September 

7, 2005. 

Photo by Alex Brandon © 2006 

The Times-Picayune Publishing 

Co., all rights reserved. Used 

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A young alligatoi ilo.its on the water 
oi Warren Pope's pool al hisGentilly 
home. .Saturday. 
October 8, 2005. 

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Picayune Publishing Co.. all rights reserved 
« ith permission of The Times-Picayune, 

Flood Street is rightly named after 
Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. 
Monday, August 29, 2005. 
Photo by Rusty Costanza ' -!«>'> The Times- 
Picayune Publishing Co.. all rights reserved. Used 
wilh permission of The Timcs-Picayunc. 





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Katrina, un 
cyclone etune 
polemique 
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9/6/2005 



Going home 
to New Orleans 
-CNN.com 
9/26/2005 



Saints 
Return to 
Loui si ana Amid 
Much Damage to 
Repai r 
-New York 

Times 10/28/05 



Stuck in a Shelter, 

and Left Asking 

'Why?' 

-New York Times 

10/5/05 



Fats Domino missing in New Orleans 
-The Guardian 9/1/05 



DIRECTOR OF 
FEMA STRIPPED OF 
ROLE AS RELIEF 
LEADER 

-New York Times 
9/10/05 



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Louisiana 
evacuees tola to 
staij put 
-CNN.com 

9/4/05 

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No Tulane student spent the 2005 toll semester where they 
originally planned, but the worm reception they received trom 
the more than 500 different universities they attended instead— 
at least one in every state— heiped ease the sadness of leaving 
NOLA and Tulane behind. After Katrina, Tulane commissioned 
local artist and Tulane graduate Gina Phillips to make a quilt 
containing the logos of many of the schools attended by 
Tulanians. Below is a partial list of some of the schools. 



ALABAMA 

Auburn University 

Auburn University - Montgomery 

Birmingham Southern College 

Jacksonville State University 

Samford University 

Spring Hill College 

Troy University 

Tuskegee University 

University of Alabama 

University of Alabama - Birmingham 

University of Alabama - Huntsville 

University of North Alabama 

University of South Alabama 

ALASKA 

Alaska Pacific University 

University of Alaska - Anchorage 

ARIZONA 

Arizona State 

Prescott College 

ARKANSAS 

Arkansas State University 

Arkansas Tech University 

Hendrix College 

University of Arkansas - Fayetteville 

University of Arkansas - Little Rock 

University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff 

CALIFORNIA 

Biola University 

California Baptist University 

California State Polytechnic 

California State University - Bakersfield 

California State University - East Bay 

California State University - Fresno 

California State University - Fullerton 

California State University - Long Beach 

California State University - Northridge 

California State University - Sacramento 

California State University - Stanislaus 

Claremont McKenna College 

Dominican University of California 

Golden West College 

Holy Names University 

Humboldt State University 

Laney College 

Loma Linda University 

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Los Angeles Pierce College 
Loyola Marymount University- 
Monterey Institute of International Study 
Moorpark College 
Occidental College 
Pepperdine University 
Pomona College 
Riverside Community College 
Sacramento City Community College 
San Diego City College 
San Diego Mesa College 
San Diego State University 
San Francisco State University 
San Jose State University 
Santa Barbara City College 
Santa Clara University 
Solano Community College 
Sonoma State University 
St. Mary's College of California 
Stanford University 
University of California - Berkley 
University of California - Irvine 
University of California - San Diego 
University of California - Santa Barbara 
University of California - Santa Cruz 

University of the Pacific 

University of Redlands 

University of San Francisco 

University of Southern California 

Vista Community College 

Woodbury University 

COLORADO 

Aims Community College 

Colorado School of Mines 

Colorado State University 

Colorado State University - Pueblo 

Community College of Denver 

University of Colorado - Boulder 

University of Colorado - Colorado Springs 

University of Colorado - Denver 

University of Denver 

CONNECTICUT 

Connecticut College 

Fairfield University 

Quinnipiac University 

University of Connecticut 





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Artist Gina Phillips //as born 
in Madison County, Ky. in a 
house that lacked running 
water, but with a family gifted 
with mechanical, musical 
and artistic ability. 

Phillips graduated from 
the University of Kentucky 
with a Bachelor of Fine Arts 
in painting in 1994. A year 
later. Phillips moved to New 
Orleans to pursue an M.F.A. 
from Tulane University which 
she completed in 1997. 

During this time, she 
began focusing on fabric as 
her medium of choice, first 
painting onto printed fabric, 
then making pieces solely 
out of fabric and thread. 

The guilt hanging in the 
Lavin-Bernick Center's 
faculty and staff dining room 
is an all thread and fabric 
creation by Phillips. It was 
commissioned by Student 
Affairs to commemorate 
the insitutions that hosted 
Tulane students during the 
evacuation. The schools 
were asked to send a few 
items with their logo on it 
which Phillips sewed into the 
tapestry. From concept to 
completion, the project took 
a year. 

Executive Director of 
the Center for Educational 
Resources and Counseling 
Jillandra Rovaris led the 
project "to give thanks 
and homage to the 
generosity of the universities 
that welcomed Tulane's 
dispersed student body 
after Hurricane Katrina. The 
other message was to the 
students: that we survived, 
that we endured and that 
we're coming back and 
we're coming back strong." 
Rovaris said. 

Phillips knows the 
disorientation caused 
by Katrina first hand. She 
bought a house in the 
Lower Ninth Ward in 2004 
and spent a year turning 
it into a studio and home. 
A week after the work was 
completed. Katrina struck. 
Phillips lived in Richmond. 
Va. for 10 months after the 
storm, but is back in town 
now. living in a FEMA trailer 
and repairing her house. . 



Northwestern University 
Roosevelt University 
Rush University Medical Center 
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale 
Triton College 
University of Chicago 
University oi Illinois — Chicago 
University of Illinois — Urbana 
INDIANA 
Butler University 
Purdue University 

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 
IOWA 

Grinnell College 
Luther College 

Southeastern Community' College 
University of Iowa 
KANSAS 

Johnson County Community College 
Kansas State University 
University of Kansas 
Wichita State University 
KENTUCKY 
Bellarmine University 
Lexington Community College 
Maysville Community & Technical College 
Northern Kentucky University 
Transylvania University 
University of Kentucky 
University of Louisville 
LOUISIANA 

Centenary College of Louisiana 
Grambling State University 
Louisiana State University 
Louisiana Tech University 
McNeese State University 
Nicholls State University 
Northwestern State University 
Southeastern Louisiana University 
Southern University — Shreveport-Bossier 
University of Louisiana-Lafayette 
University of Louisiana - Monroe 
MAINE 
Bates College 
Colby College 

College of the Atlantic - Maine 
University of Maine — Orono 
University of Southern Maine 
MARYLAND 

Anne Arundel Community College 
Chesapeake College 
Hood College 
Johns Hopkins 
Loyola College 
McDaniel College 
Montgomery College 
Salisbury State University 
St. Mary's College of Maryland 
Towson University 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland - Baltimore County 
University of Maryland - College Park 
Villa Julie College 
MASSACHUSETTS 
^Assumption College 

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Boston College 

Boston University 

Brandeis University 

Clark University 

Emerson College 

Emmanuel College 

Hampshire College 

Harvard University 

Merrimack College 

Mount Holyoke College 

Northern Essex Community College 

Salem State College 

Simmons College 

Stonehill College 

Suffolk University 

Tufts University 

University of Massachusetts — Amherst 

University of Massachusetts — Boston 

University of Massachusetts — Lowell 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Williams College 

MICHIGAN 

Grand Rapids Community College 

Grand Valley State University 

Michigan State University 

North Central Michigan College 

Thomas M. Cooley Law School 

University of Michigan 

University of Michigan — Dearborn 

University of Michigan — Flint 

Washtenaw Community College 

Wayne State University 

MINNESOTA 

Concordia College — Aloorhead 

Macalester College 

St. Mary's University — Winona 

University of Minnesota — Duluth 

University of Minnesota — Twin Cities 

University of St. Thomas 

Winona State University 

MISSISSIPPI 

Belhaven College 

Copiah- Lincoln Community College 

Jackson State University 

Millsaps College 

Mississippi College 

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College 

— Perkinston 

Mississippi State University 

University of Mississippi 

University of Southern Mississippi 

MISSOURI 

Drury University 

Rockhurst University 

St. Louis University 

Truman State University 

University of Missouri — Columbia 

University of Missouri — Kansas City 

University of Missouri — Rolla 

University of Missouri — St. Louis 

Washington University 

Webster University 

MONTANA 

Montana State University - Billings 

Montana State University — Bozeman 



University of Montana 
NEBRASKA 

Creighton University 

University of Nebraska — Lincoln 

University of Nebraska - Omaha 

NEVADA 

University of Nevada - Las Vegas 

University of Nevada — Reno 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Dartmouth College 

New Hampshire Technical Institute 

Saint Anselm College 

University of New Hampshire 

NEW JERSEY 

Brookdale Community College 

Camden County College 

College of New Jersey 

County College of Morris 

Drew University 

Fairleigh Dickinson University — Madison 

Montclair State University 

New Jersey Institute of Technology 

Princeton University 

Ramapo College of New Jersey 

Raritan Valley Community College 

Rider University 

Rowan University 

Rutgers University 

Rutgers University — New Brunswick 

Rutgers University — Newark 

Stevens Institute of Technology 

William Paterson University of New Jersey 

NEW MEXICO 

New Mexico State University 

University of New Mexico 

NEW YORK 

Adelphi University 

Albany Law School 

Alfred University 

Canisius College 

CUNY- Bernard M. Baruch College 

CUNY - Borough of Manhattan 

CUNY - Brooklyn College 

CUNY -City College 

CUNY - Hunter College 

CUNY - New York City Technical 

CUNY- Queens College 

CUNY - Staten Island 

CUNY- York College 

Clarkson University 

Cornell University 

Dowhng College 

Fordham University 

Hamilton College 

Hofstra University 

Iona College 

Ithaca College 

Le Moyne College 

Long Island University 

Manhattanville College 

Marymount Manhattan College 

Nassau Community College 

New York Institute ot Technology - Old 

Westbury 

New York University 



Niagara University 

Pratl Institute 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Rochester Institute ol Technology 

Sarah Lawrence College 

Siena College 

Skidmore College 

St. Francis College 

St. John's University 

St. Joseph's College Suffolk 

SUNY -Albany 

SUNY- Binghamton 

SUNY-Brockport 

SUNY - Buffalo 

SUNY - Cortland 

SUNY-Farmingdale 

SUNY - Genesee Community College 

SUNY-Geneseo 

SUNY - New Palitz 

SUNY- Old Westbury 

SUNY - Orange County Community College 

SUNY - Pittsburgh 

SUNY - Potsdam 

SUNY' - Purchase 

Stony Brook University 

Syracuse University 

Teachers College, Columbia University 

University of Rochester 

Yeshiva University 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Appalachian State University 

Davidson College 

Elon University 

North Carolina A&T State University 

North Carolina State University 

Salem College 

Sandhills Community College 

University of North Carolina - Charlotte 

University of North Carolina - Chapel I -fill 

University of North Carolina - Greensboro 

University of North Carolina - Wilmington 

Wake Forest University 

Warren Wilson College 

NORTH DAKOTA 

North Dakota State University 

University of North Dakota 

OHIO 

Ashland University 

Baldwin- Wallace College 

Cleveland State University 

Denison University 

John Carroll University 

Kent State University 

Kcnyon College 

Lakeland Community College 

Miami University 

Oberlin College 

Ohio Northern University 

Ohio State University 

Ohio Universitj 

University ol Akron 

University ol Cincinnati 

University ot Dayton 

University ot Toledo 

Walsh University 

Wright State University 



OKLAHOMA 

Nortlu-.tsii-rn OU.ihum.i St.itc I niversity 
Oklahoma Christian University 
Oklahoma State 1 niversitj Stillwatei 
Southwest Oklahoma State 1 niversity 
University ol Oklaln>in.i 
University ol Tulsa 
OREGON 
Concordia University 
Lewis and Clark College 
Linlield College 

Linn-Benton Community College 
Oregon State University 
Portland Community College 
Portland State University 
University ol Oregon 
University of Portland 
Willamette University 
PENNSYLVANIA 
Alvernia College 

Bucks County Community College 
Carnegie Mellon University 
Chestnut Hill College 
Community College of Philadelphia 
Dickinson College 
Drexel University 
Duquesne University 
Franklin and Marshall College 
Holy Family University 
Lafayette College 
Lehigh University 
Lycoming College 
Muhlenberg College 
Penn State 

Philadelphia University 
Swarthmore College 
Temple University- 
Thomas Jefferson University 
University of Pittsburgh 
University of Scranton 
Ursinus College 
Yillanova University 
West Chester University 
Westminister College 
York College of Pennsylvania 
RHODE ISLAND 
Brown University 
Bryant University 
Rhode Island School ol Design 
Universitj of Rhode Island 
SOUTH CAROLINA 
Clemson I niversity 
College of Charleston 
Furman University 

Medical University of South Carolina 

University of South Carolina 

\\ of ford College 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

South 1 )akota State I niversit) 

I mi\ ersity ol South I )akota 

TENNESSEE 

Belmont Universitj 

Christian Brothers I niversitj 

Middle Tennessee State Universin 

N.i.-ln ille Stale Technical Community College 




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Rhodes College 

Southern Adventist University 

Tennessee State University 

Tennessee Technological University 

University of Tennessee 

University of .Memphis 

University of Tennessee — Chattanooga 

University of the South 

Yanderbilt University 

TEXAS 

Abilene Christian University 

Austin College 

Austin Community College 

Baylor University 

Brookhaven Community College 

Collin County Community College 

Dallas Baptist University 

Eastfield Community College 

El Centro Community College 

Houston Baptist University 

Houston Community College 

Lamar University — Beaumont 

North Harris Montgomery Community College 

Prairie View A&M University 

Rice University 

San Antonio College 

San Jacinto College 

Southern Methodist University 

Southwestern University 

St. Ed-wards University 

St. Mary's University of San Antonio 

Tarrant County College 

Texas A&M University 

Texas A&M University — Commerce 

Texas Christian University 

Texas Lutheran University 

Texas Southern University 

Texas State University 

Texas Tech University 

Tyler Junior College 

University of Houston 

University of Houston — Clear Lake 

University of St. Thomas 

University of Texas — Arlington 

University of Texas — Dallas 

University of Texas — El Paso 

University of Texas — Houston 

University of Texas — Pan American 

University of Texas — Permian Basin 

University of Texas — San Antonio 

University of Texas — Tyler 

University of the Incarnate W T ord 




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"[Texas A&M] welcomed us with an orientation for all displaced students, 

gave us bedding and toiletries, and set up a room for us to register for housing, 

classes and a meal plan." 

Sola Cardoso, Houston 

sophomore: chemical engineering 

attended Texas A&M 

"On an individual level ... all the professors were extremely interested in asking 

questions and expressing their sympathies." 

Drew Dickson, Memphis, Tenn. 

sophomore: Political Science, Economics & History 

attended University of Memphis 

"SCU was very accommodating. The Dean of the Business school introduced 
himself and everyone was so friendly. The campus is gorgeous and sunny. 
Their cafeteria has really great fresh, healthy foods." 

Amy Goldfine, Marin County, Calif. 

MBA: Information Systems & Management 

attended Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business 

"[Boston University] had a few dinners for us to welcome and get us oriented 
and offered to help us with things like house supplies. The students actually 
banded together and had a webpage entry with information on finding 
housing and offered to take us around the city and school." 

Whitney Johnson, Los Angeles 

sophmore: Classical Studies & English 

attended Boston University 

"The whole staff and faculty were extremely accomodating in my situation, 
as I had already missed the orientations to the program and the city of Rome 
(about two-weeks worth of material). They all just were so happy to have me 
and accomodate me in such a stressful and emotional time, it made the time 

so much better." 

Dylan Rogers, Norfolk, Va. 

sophomore: Classical Studies' & Italian 

attended Duke's intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome, Italy 

"I very much liked the academic atmosphere; not much like Tulane 
because all students were much more focused on their school work than on 
having fun." 

Lauren Ruth, Wheaton, III. 

sophomore: Philosophy & Psychology 

attended University of Chicago 

"RPI — as an institution — was great to us; one of the sororities even held a 
clothing/household, goods/warm clothes drive for evacuees who came up 
with less than I had. Everyone in admissions and the FYE (first-year experience) 
office was really wonderful, the professors were all understanding, even as I 
got there three weeks into the semester." 

Kate Schimmer, Lindenhurst, N.Y. 

freshman: Biomedical Engineering 

attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 



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"I missed the diversity at Tulane and the various cultures of New Orleans." 

Sola Cardoso, Houston 

sophomore: chemical engineering 

attended Texas A&M 

"It didn't take long tor me to realize I missed Tulane's people. There is a 
diversity of both background and views here; no other school can match 
that. You can say many things about Tulane and New Orleans, but they are 
by no means ordinary." 

Drew Dickson, Memphis, fenn. 

sophomore: Political Science. Economics & History 

attended University of Memphis 

"I really missed Freeman's facilities. Leavey didn't have wireless in the building, 
and the classrooms were old and cramped. The business school building 
didn't have any central or common areas to facilitate socializing. Between 
classes everyone just stood in the hall." 

Amy Goldfine, Marin County. Calif. 

MBA: Information Systems & Management 

attended Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business 

"New Orleanians are some of the most interesting and fascinating people in 
America and the world. The first thing I thought about when the levees broke 
was, 'How are the ladies at Bruff right now? Did they get out of the cities with their 
families? Are they safe?' and luckily a great majority returned that January." 

Dylan Rogers, Norfolk. Va. 

sophomore: Classical Studies & Italian 

attended Duke's Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome. Italy 

"I missed my Tulane friends, the sunshine, having class outside." 

Lauren Ruth, Wheaton, III. 

sophomore: Philosophy & Psychology 

attended University of Chicago 

"I LOVED working on Capitol Hill. I learned so much and got to live in the 
nation's capital! It was thrilling! But I missed everything about New Orleans. 
While I was so lucky to spend my semester in Washington, DC, I couldn't wait 

to get home to New Orleans and Tulane." 

Laura Scaglione, Melbourne. Fla. 

sophomore: Political Science 

interned for Louisiana Representative Bobby Jindal in Washington D.C. 

"People weren't as friendly there — much less likely to strike up random 
conversations in the dining hall or during class. I never really felt like I fit at RPI 
— I made friends and sat with people during class — but I was never really 
happy to be there like I was in N.O. during NOLA [pre-orientation program]. 
It just wasn't Tulane — the place I had been excited to go to since my 
acceptance letter came the December before." 

Kate Schlmmer, Lindenhursf. N.V. 

freshman: Biomedical Engineering 

attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 



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Utah Valley State College 
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I niversity ol Vermont and State 
Agricultural College 

VIRGIN] \ 

College of William and 

George Mason (Jniven 

I lollins Univei 

.James Madison Univen 

Mary Washington University 

Marymount University 

Randolph-Macon College 

Regent University 

Old Dominion University 

University of Richmond 

University ol Virginia 

Virginia Commonwealth University 

Virginia PoKtechnic Institute & University 

Washington and Lee University 

WASHINGTON 

Bastyr University 

Bellvue Community College 

Edmonds Community College 

Gonzaga University 

North Seattle Community College 

Pacific Lutheran University 

Saint Martin's University 

Seattle Pacific University 

Seattle University 

Shoreline Community College 

University of Puget Sound 

University ol Washington 

Washington State University 

Western Washington University 

Whitman College 

WEST VIRGINIA 

West Virginia University 

WISCONSIN 

Lawrence University 

Marquette I Diversity 

University of Wisconsin - Madison 

University ol Wisconsin - Milwaukee 

University ol Wisconsin - Oshkosh 

University of Wisconsin - Platteville 

University ol Wisconsin - Whitewater 

WYOMING 

University ol Wyoming 




Renew 
Rebuild 
Rebirth 

New Orleans returns with a vibrance 
and vigor unique to the Crescent City 

In the aftermath of 
Hurricane Katrina, New 
Orleanians and Tulanians 
alike rushed back to 
assess the damage to 
their homes, businesses 
and lives. Some were 
lucky, but others faced 
total destruction of their 
property and loss of their 
loved ones. 

In the months that 
followed, construction 
workers poured into the 
city and began the task 
of repairing all that the 
floodwaters had 
destroyed. Every day a 
new business re-opened 
and families returned to 
their life-long homes. 

The pictures on the 
following pages tell sto- 
ries of loss and sorrow 
but they also capture 
the hope and spirit that 
breathes live back into 
the city of New Orleans. 

All photos © 2006 The Times-Picayune 
Publishing Co., all rights reserved. Used 
with permission of The Times-Picayune. 



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An upright piano and other 

ruined furniture is removed from 

a New Orleans home in Metai- 

rie one month after Hurricane 

Katrina. 

photo by Alex Brandon 

The French Quarter landmark 
Cafe du Monde reopens on 
Wednesdajr, Oct. 19 after being 
forced to close for several weeks 
after the hurricane. 
photo by Cara Owsley 

An uptown resident watches 

the "MAX" School band march 

down the street during practice at 

Xavier Prep High School. 
photo by Alex Brandon 





New Orleans residents dine at The Living Room restaurant on a corner ot trendy 
Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans long after the 8 p.m. curfew instigated in 
the city following Hurricane Katrina. 
photo by Ellis Lucia 




Residents return to their Lakeview homes Oct. 5 to survey the damage caused 
by the hurricane and collect what few belongings they can. 
photo by Jennifer Zdon 

Top to bottom: 

Blue roofs cover an apartment complex in New Orleans cast 

following Hurricane Katrina. 

photo by Ted Jackson 

Maine Warden Service agents and their search dogs search 

in the Lower 9th ward for any remaining survivors. 

photo by Ellis I 

Garbage piles up along the street in Rentier as residents 

begin to lament the lack of city resources post-Katrina. 

photo by Ru*' I 

A sea of destroyed refridgerators sits in an old parking lot in 

Marrero following the hurricane. 

photo by Alex Br.:'... 



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Proud To 



A road crew repairs a 
pothole. Two members of 
Hope Church cut down a 
pine tree near the church. 

Photo by Scott Threlkeld. Photos © 2006 
The Times-Picayune. Publishing Co. all 
rights reserved. Used with permission of 
The Times-Picayune. 







Volunteers from the 

Common Ground 

Collective run a 

free clinic, photo 

by Susan Poag. Photos 
2006 The Times-Picayune. 
Publishing Co. all rights 
reserved. Used with 
permission of The Times- 
Picayune. 




mm Home 



One of many abandoned 
refrigerators left on a New 
Orleans street corner, pi 



And Bavcrman 



Tulane's Bruff Cafeteria is 
gutted and rebuilt. 

pholo by Ariel Bavcrman. 



People wait in line outside 
the Common Ground free 

Clinic. Photo b) SusinPoig Pholoi I 
2i « id l Ik- I iiiR-s Picas unc Publishing Co 
all rights reserved i sed with permission i 
The rimes Picayune, 







Workers hurry to construct a FEMA trailer 

park. 

Photo by Brett Duke. Photos C 2006 The Times-Picayune 
Publishing Co all rights reserved. Used vsith permission of The 
Times-Picas unc 

The Common Ground Collective strings 
Christmas lights to bring some holiday 
cheer to the Ninth Ward. 

Photo by Michael Dcmocker. Photos f 2006 The Times-Picayune 
Publishing Co. all rights reserved. Used with permission of The 
Times-Picayune. 

An Uptown street sign toppled by the storm. 

photo by Ariel Baserman 

Tubes remove water from Jones Hall on 
Tulane's campus. 

photo by Ariel Baserman 

Repairs are made to 1-10. 

Photo by Brett Duke. Photos C 2006 The Times-Picas unc 
Publishing Co. all rights reserved. Used with permission of The 
Times-Picayune. 

Streetcar service begins on Canal Street in 
December. 

Photo by Ellis Uucia. Photos C 2006 The Times-Picas unc 
Publishing Co. all rights reserved Used ssith permission of The 
rimes-Picayune. 

LSU officials tour the university's new trauma 
unit in Elmwood. 

Photo b> led Jackson. Photos O 2006 The Timcs-Piosunc 
Publishing Co. all rights reserved l'*cd ssiih permission of The 
Times-Picayune. 




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Seeing Double 



tulane shows a repeat of excellence with a second freshmen orientation 



It took me three days of constant 
unpacking to get even/thing situated 
within my dorm room exactly how 
I wanted it. I arrived Wednesday, 
Aug. 26 and in between Orientation 
Coordinator training sessions. I 
diligently removed things from 
storage, unpacked countless boxes, 
and spent hours perfectly placing 
every item. Finally, Saturday. Aug. 29 
rolled around and it was time to meet 
my freshmen and help them in their 
struggle to accept that the tiny room 
has to be shared between two people 
and the bathroom is down the hall. 

At about 8 a.m, the first eager 
parents arrived and we began 
unloading their car and trudging up 
numerous flights of stairs with their 
seemingly endless belongings. It was 
not until 10 o'clock that I was even 
aware that there was a hurricane 
headed toward the Gulf. It started out 
as a mere whispered rumor passed 




Tulane's mascot, Riptide the 

Pelican, gets the crowd excited 

while representing Tulane's 

athletics program. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 

A select group of OCs stand 

dressed in robes holding the 

traditional gonfalons, each color 

representing a different school ot 

Tulane university. The gonfalons 

are presented at the beginning of 

the President's Convocation and 

sit along the back of the stage to 

completely represent the university. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 

The Liberty Brass Band marches 

down the aisle and entertains 

the crowd outside McAhster 

Auditorium at the President's 

Convocation on the first day of 

Freshmen Orientation. 



around between the orientation 
staff and a few of the parents who 
routinely watched the morning news. 
Finally, Katrina became an official 
announcement. Parents were told 
not to panic and that President 
Cowen would be holding a special 
meeting to address all concerns and 
to give the parents and new students 
evacuation information. 

I spent about an hour reassuring 
parents that an actual hurricane 
hitting the city was very unlikely 
and that it was unnecessary to re- 
pack all of their child's belongings, 
something I naively believed at the 
time. My roommate and I decided 
to leave as soon as possible. Packing 
enough clothing for about a week, 
our computers, and a few things we 
deemed completely irreplaceable 
should something actually happen, 
we quickly loaded ourselves into the 
car. 



The traffic on 1-10 was not 
completely unreasonable and it only 
took us about an hour to get out of the 
city and on our way up to Memphis, 
my hometown. We spent the next few 
days watching the news in agony until 
President Cowen finally decided to 
close the university for the semester; 
I resigned myself to a semester in 
Tennessee with my parents. 

After a five month blur, I arrived 
back in New Orleans in January to 
once again meet and greet the 
freshmen in an event aptly named 
Orientation Dejd Vu. Seeing everyone 
for the first time and catching up on 
where everyone had been and what 
they had done was an exhilarating 
experience. I was a little surprised to 
learn that so many new students had 
decided not to return to Tulane. 

Personally, I cannot imagine 
spending another semester away from 
Tulane! 



Story courtesy of Kathryn Bondani 

Gibson stands at the front of 
campus adorned with welcome 
words for the returning Freshmen, 
photo courtesy of Paula Burch 





photos courtesy of Paula Burch 




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A group "I students wail patiently 
loi .Inn i inns to their nexl 
Orientation destination, 
photo councs) ol Paula Burch 



I ncn and OCs gel tangled 

playing Twistei al Reilj Rocks!, an 
evenl where Reily hosts a carnival 
and stays open until midnight. 

photo counc.) ol Mariana Zanoui 



Two students walk L>aik Irom . 
Orientation together altera long 

• icttling in to New Orleans. 
phot" Paula Bun* 




Freshmen pel an exotic animal al the Audubon Zoo during 1 I al the 
Zoo, a new event at Orientation this year. President Scott Cowen poses 
aboard the traditional evening riverboal cruise «itli several Orientation 
Coordinators. This year, because ot the shortened Orientation period 
due to Hurricane Katrina, the riverboal cruise was on the same evening 
as TU at the Zoo. 
photos councsv of Paula Burch and Mariana Zanotti 



A New Orleans band plays aboard the riverboal on the traditional evening 
dinner and dessert cruise on the Mississippi river, 
photo courtesy of Paula Burch 



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Welcome Back 38 




Outreach New Orleaiu 40 




Wall Residential Hall 42 




Mardi Grad 44 







Spring Break/TAB 52 




Tidal Wave 54 




New Orleaiu t Nightlife 58 




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While some might call the rain at the 

Activities Expo inconvenient, to me 

it made the event more memorable, 

allowing the organizations and attendees 

to show their fortitude. I enjoyed the 

experience, even if I had to dry out the 

sign up sheets in my oven. 

Adam Kijouvki, Quiz Bowl President 

photo by (Crista DeLap 




Students lined up in their sweaters and coats to get 

spoonfuls of free home-cooked food. Wherever there are 

free giveaways, there are bound to be Tulane students 

regardless of weather conditions. 

photos courtesy of Paula Burch 




The Line Up: 

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The Zoo 
Juvenile 
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rUCP tool 1 morula tn 

plan the Welcome Ba< Ic show. St on 
Rowley (president)) Ryan Griffin 
i. om erta i hair), I >a\ id Lipps i VP ol 
programming), Alex Miller (advisi 
and Trevor Jones (recreation 
chair) .ill had a hand in planning 
the concert along with a committee 
ol 50 undergraduate and graduate 
students. 

I he party was a huge success. 

.Wore than .1, 000 students came to 
the show which featured student, 
local, regional and national arti-t- 
Even though heavy rain plagued 
attendance, the concert was a great 
way to welcome back Tulane. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch-Cclcnuno 



Aside from the rain, the event was well organized, and had a 

method to its madness. Expo had a different layout than in years 

past, and appeared to be receieved well by students. We had 

over 500 students take part in the event, and over 150 student 

organizations were represented. 

Alex Milter, Director of Campud Programs and Special Project/) 




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Rain almost put a damper on the rescheduled Activities Expo and Welcome Back Concert 



Activities Expo was originally 
planned for the first weekend 
in September, but due to 
Hurricane Katrina, it was on 
Newcomb Quad Jan. 30, 2006. 

Instead ot the usual set-up, 
the tables at the Expo were 
arranged by organization 
type. There were 1 50 
organizations at the Expo this 
year, representing groups 
from the following areas: 
club sports, service and 
education, liberal arts and 
pre-professional, programming 
and performance, student 
government, Greek, 
multicultural, religious, media. 



political, honors, departmental 
and military. 

Student Programs warned 
the campus organizations that 
there was a 90 percent chance 
of rain for that Friday, and 
about 30 minutes after the start 
of the Expo, it started to pour. 

Quiz Bowl was the only 
group to stay until the end of 
the scheduled event. 

That evening, the Welcome 
Back concert was held outside 
opposite McAlister Auditorium 
featuring Juvenile and several 
local Tulane student bands. 
Despite the rain the turn out 
was huge. 



Who is Rebirth? 

Rebirth Brass Band is a New 
Orleans staple. Simply put. The 
ReBirth Brass Band is an institution: 
formed in 1983, the band has 
long since graduated from the 
streets of New Orleans to theaters 
and festivals all over the world. 
ReBirth is committed to upholding 
the tradition of brass bands while 
at the same time incorporating 
modern music into their show. 
Their signature brand of heavy 
funk has placed them among the 
world's top brass bands. 



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Working with Common Ground 
Relief, a group of students helps 
remove belongs from houses 
in the devastated Ninth Ward, 
soon to be gutted and leveled by 
demolition crews. Due to safety 
concerns, students were required 
to don full body suits, masks and 
gloves while volunteering with the 
organization. The organization's 
goal is to provide hope and 
support to the communities they 
feel need immediate assistance to 
rebuild their lives. 
photos by Tel Francois Baillet 





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Spreading cement for the foundation, students lay the groundwork tor 

one of several houses that Habitat for Humanity is building in St. Bernard 

Parish. Habitat for Humanity, faced with a overflowing supply of volunteers 

following the hurricane, has a goal to build one house in the parish per month 

and is well on its way to providing sustainable housing for low-income 

families. 

photo courtesy of Hamilton Simons-Jones 



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Outreach New Orleans 

Alice Harte Elementary 

School 
Arc of Greater New 

Orleans 
Ashe Cultural Arts Center 
Audubon Charter School 
Audubon Zoo 
Bayou Sauvage National 
Wildlife Refuge 
Booker T. Washington 

School 
Carrollton Neighborhood 

Cleanup 
New Orleans City Park 
Common Ground Relief 
Creative Enterprises Center 
Dryades YMCA 
Emergency Communities 
Gentilly Civic Improvement 

Association 
Gert Town Neighborhood 

Cleanup 
The Green Project 





Although there were almost 
3,000 volunteers on the morning 
of Outreach New Orleans, 
transportation was provided for all 
students. Despite the rain and other 
unexpected delays, all volunteers 
reached their desired locations and 
the day was a big success. 
photo by Tel Francois Baillet & Maggie Brooke 



Following a successlul day ol volunteering, students were given the 

opportunity to provide feedback about their experii I give 

suggestions for improvements that they would liki to ei foi futuri da; ol 

volunteer outreach. As always, Tulane provided with free T-shirts, i 

and socializing on Newcomb Quad to unwind after a Ion:; day's work. 
photos b) Tel Francois Batllet 



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Stretching to reach the high places, 
students paint Sophie if. Wright 
Charter School. Originally located 
in another building, the hurricane 
forced the school to relocate to 
their other building .\\m\ share the 
location with the I mversity ol New 
Orleans. 

photo by Tel Francois Baillel A Jane Rushing 



Outreach New Orleans 

Habitat for Humanity 
Jean Lafitte National 

Historic Park/Chalmette 

Battlefield 
Katrina Krewe 
Liberty City Community 
Development Center 
Longue Vue House and 

Gardens 
Makin' Groceries in Treme 
Malta Park 
Mid-City Neighborhood 

Organization 
My House 

Neighborhood Gallery 
NOLA Hurricane Fund 
O. Perry Walker High School 
Parkway Partners 
Project Lazarus 
Soaringwords 
Sophie B. Wright Charter 

School 



Interview with Hamilton 
Simons-Jones. Director 
of Community Services 
Coordination 

How did you obtain your 
position within CACTUS and 
could you briefly detail 
what your position entails? 
I am the Director of 
Community Services 
Coordination. Through this 
position, I advise student 
organizations, including 
SOAR. CACTUS. Meditation 
Club, Green Club, Circle 
K, Stand for Children, and 
Tulane Alternative Breaks. 

I serve as a liaison for the 
university to community 
organizations, non-profit 
entities and schools, to 
coordinate community 
service and volunteer 
opportunities primarily for 
students. 

In addition, we have 
started coordinating out- 
of-town groups, mainly 
other universities, who 
want to spend their breaks 
doing service work in New 
Orleans. 

What was the general goal 
of Outreach New Orleans? 
To have 3,000 people from 
Dillard, Loyola, Tulane 
and Xavierjoin together 



for a day of meaningful 
service. This day would 
be an introduction to 
community service that 
would encourage people 
to make more long- 
lasting commitments 
to community service 
during their time here and 
beyond. 

Approximately how many 
people participated in 
Outreach New Orleans? 
Did this meet or exceed 
your standards? 
3,000 people. It met and 
exceeded my standards. 
It was truly beautiful to 
see the turnout. It may 
have been the single 
largest university day of 
community service in New 
Orleans' history. It is what 
I have been working for 
since I got to New Orleans 
in 1997. 

How were the sites/ 
organizations for Outreach 
New Orleans chosen? 
They were based on 
several factors: places we 
have existing partnerships 
with; need; variety of 
service activities, ability to 
supervise volunteers that 
day. 




Preparing to put up siding, students begin building the framework 
house in the St. Bernard Parish with the help ol I labitat for Humanity. 
Working with this organization is In far one ol the most popular volunteer 
opportunities thai students .isk tor through their club. Many Tulane clubs 
ami organizations spend years trying to their grou| 

participate in their work. 



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As a freshman, living in Wall Residential College was one of the best choices that I 
made. At first coming to a new university was frightening, but Wall made it easy to get 
involved and learn more about the campus events and organizations through various 
committees and events that were held. Wall also provided a very social atmosphere, 
which helped me to meet several new friends. Not to mention who wouldn't want to 



live in a brand new dorm 



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-Jayda Batchelder, Freshman 

photo of Jayda Batchelder 



Wall Residential College was probably the most amazing dorm on campus, but it's not 
only about how nice the building is; it was the heart and soul of the students that lived 
here. We all had to apply, and we were all involved not only in different committees in 
the dorm, but all over campus. The people that lived here all had so much in common. 
I have made great friends that know how to have fun, but also know how to balance 
that with school work and other extracurricular activities. The building was like a 
palace compared to their dorms, but my favorite part of living here was the people. 

-Brittany Ann Koole, Freshman 
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Everyone was really close and together, we were all involved in something within the 
dorm, whether it was being committee chairpersons or officers. We did community 
service together also. It was such a diverse group of people from all over and everyone 
had their own uniqueness. Plus, it was really nice and new. I mean, before the 
hurricane and everything, I was unwrapping a BRAND NEW MATTRESS. Now, 
how many college kids get to do that? I love it! 

-Megan Valicevic, Freshman 

photo courtesy of Megan Valicevic 



In terms of washing machines (they work), elevator flooring (they're carpeted), 
and room size (BIG), Wall Residential College was a definite upgrade Irom the 
accommodations and amenities of my freshman year, akin to say, maybe a move from 
the inner-city to the suburbs. But really, what Butler House lacked in luxury, 
it made up a hundred-million-fold with love. Butler was home. I missed having a 
roommate. Now I just have my own sink. I guess it was a trade-off. 

-Maureen Iverson, Sophomore 
photo courtesy of Maureen Iverson 



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/ old Zemurray Residence 
^l- — .Hall, the new Residential 
College. Lallage Feazel Wall, 
was scheduled to open its doors 
in Fall 2005. However, due to 
Hurricane Katrina it opened in 
Spring 2006. 

The Residential College 
is unique among Tulane's 
residential facilities 
because in addition to 
housing approximately 250 
undergraduates residents, it also 
can provide a home for a faculty 
member and his or her family. 
This faculty member is called 
the Professor in Residence and 
will help the college residents 
engage more fully with the 
intellectual and social activities 
at the university. 

The residents of Wall will 
be active participants in the 
Residential College and have 
opportunities for leadership, 
self-governance and intellectual 
engagement and leadership 
development with a mix of 
faculty, staff and students outside 
of the classroom. Students spend 
approximately 80% of their 
academic experience outside 
the classroom. 

Tulane's residential college 
offers the opportunity for 
students to participate in unique 
programs that integrate the 
academic life into residential. The 
Professor in Residence's project 
will provide a bridge between 
the formal academic programs 
at Tulane University and the 
out-of-classroom learning 
experience. The establishment 
of this new residential model 
will help facilitate faculty- 
student interaction, create a 
greater sense of community, 
promote intellectual discovery 
and enhance opportunities for 
leadership and student self- 
governance. 

Each student selected to live 
in the Wall Residential College 
was selected because of the 
contribution that Tulane University 
feels he or she will make to the 
community, and as such it is 
very important that every person 
be an active participant. There 
are nine student committees 
in the Wall Residential College: 
Hall Government. Community 
Standards Board. Traditions 
and Major Events. Community 
Service, Cultural Enrichment. 
Social Programs. Website 
Management. Academic 
Enrichment and Wellness. Each 
resident will be asked to be a 
part of at least one of these 
committees. 

The Wall Residential College 
community has the potential to 
be one of promise and distinction 
for Tulane. 

Informofon courtesy of Tutane Unrversty weosfe 

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History of 

Throws 

Throws are anything that gets 
thrown into the crowd by riders in 
the parades. Each krewe has its own 
distinctive throws but all of them throw 
beads. Other throws include stuffed 
toys, doubloons and Zulu coconuts. 



History 

The tradition of Mardi Gras is older 

than the city of New Orleans itself. 

French settlers brought the holiday 

here when they founded their 

settlement. Mardi Gras has been 

celebrated in Louisiana since at 

least 1 699. In 1 857, Comus was the 

first krewe to hold a parade during 

Mardi Gras. Carnival season 

starts on Twelfth Night, a Christian 

holiday on January 5 and ends 

with a huge celebration on Mard 

Gras. This huge party is a way to 

indulge before the sombemess of 

Lent. 



Krewes 

Krewes are the 

organizations that put 

on parades. Members 

pay dues to pay for the 

floats and for the privilege 

of riding in the parade. 

Krewes also sponsor balls 

and parties during carnival 

season. Some krewes 

give money to charity or 

volunteer their time to help 

the community. 

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Above left: Jefferson Parish Sheriff Harry Lee shows he's still got i 

arm for Mardi Gras as he rides on his float. 

Above: Rex 1947 arrives at Canal Street. 

Below: The Rex parade rides down St. Charles Avenue. 

Photos by Michael Democker, file photo, and Brett Duke © 2006 The Times-Picayune Publishing Co., all 
rights reserved. Used with permission of The Times-Picayune. 



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Traditions 

The three colors of Mardi Gras are 
purple, gold, and green. Purple stands 
for justice, gold for power, and green for 
faith. These colors show up on flags and 
clothing all through Carnival season. 

King cake is a type of cake that is 
only eaten during Carnival. The traditiona 
king cake has cinnamon filling and is 
covered with purple, gold and green 
icing. The king cake is named for the clay 
or plastic figure of a baby that is baked 
into each one. This figure represents the 
baby Jesus. Tradition says that the person i— 1 -— "■•"»■-■ 
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A Zulu warrior 
dances his way 
down Jackson 
Avenue during 
the Zulu parade. 

Masked crowds 
clamor lor Mardi 
Gras beads. 

Photo by Chuck Cook 
2006 The Times-Picayune 
Publishing Co.. all rights 
reserved. Used with 
permission of The Times- 
Picayune. 




Do you know what it means to miss Mardi Gras? 

Mardi Gras 2006 came not six months after Hurricane Katrina devastated 
New Orleans. Many people were worried that the city would not be 
able to hold the usual celebrations. Others felt that the money and time 
normally spent on Mardi Gras should be diverted to community service. 
Most krewes decided to hold their parades in order to uphold the spirit 
of the city. Parade routes were shorter and fewer parades ran than in 
years past. Hurricane Katrina is not the first event to curtail Mardi Gras 
celebrations. During the Civil War, both World Wars, and the Korean War, 
there were years when all parades had to be canceled. In 1 979 a strike 
by the New Orleans police force forced parades to move to surrounding 
parishes. 

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2006 Mardi Gras Parade Schedule 



Returned New Orleanians 
scheduled a comeback for the 
beloved city. Although there 
were fewer routes and fewer 
parades than in years past, the 
150th anniversary of Carnival in 
New Orleans may have been 
the most important in its history. 
Here is how they rolled. . . 

Saturday, Feb. 1 1 

Krewe du Vieux, 
French Quarter 7 p.m. 
Sunday, Feb. 12 

Lil Rascals Metairie 1 1 a.m. 
Friday, Feb. 17 

Atlas Metairie 6:30 p.m. 
Excalibur 
Metairie 7 p.m. 
Saturday, Feb. 18 

Pontchartrain 
Uptown Noon 
Shangri-La Follows 
Pygmalion Follows 
Aladdin West Bank Noon 
Sparta Uptown 6 p.m. 
Pegasus 
Uptown 7 p.m. 
Caesar Metairie 6 p.m. 
Sunday, Feb. 19 
Alia West Bank Noon 
Carrollton Uptown Noon 
King Arthur & Merlin 
Uptown 1:15 p.m. 
Bards of Bohemia 
Uptown 2:30 p.m. 
Rhea Metairie 3:45 p.m. 
Centurions Metairie 4:15 p.m. 




Wednesday, Feb. 22 

Thor Uptown 7 p.m. 
Thursday, Feb. 23 

Babylon Uptown 5:30 p.m. 
Chaos Uptown 6:15 p.m. 
Muses Uptown 7 p.m. 
Friday, Feb. 24 

Hermes Uptown 5:45 p.m. 
Krewe d'Etat 
Uptown 6:30 p.m. 
Morpheus 
Uptown 7:15 p.m. 
Aquila Metairie 7 p.m. 
Knights of Jason 
Metairie 7:30 p.m. 



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Saturday, Feb. 25 

Isis Metairie 6 p.m. 
Iris Uptown 1 1 a.m. 
Tucks Uptown Noon 
Endymion Uptown 3:30 p.m. 
Sunday, Feb. 26 
Okeanos Uptown 1 1:30 a.m. 
Thoth Uptown follows 
Mid City Uptown 1:30 p.m. 
Bacchus Uptown 5:15 p.m. 
Adonis Uptown 5:15 p.m. 
Napoleon Metairie 5:30 p.m. 
Monday, Feb. 27 
Proteus Uptown 5: 15 p.m. 
Orpheus Uptown 5:45 p.m. 
Zeus Metairie 6:30 p.m. 
Fat Tuesday, Feb. 28 
Zulu Uptown 8 a.m. 
Rex Uptown 10 a.m. 
Elks Orleans 
Uptown follows 
Crescent City 
Uptown follows 
Argus Metairie 10 a.m. 
Elks Jefferson 
Metairie 1 1 a.m. 
Jefferson Metairie follows 
Grela West Bank 1 1 a.m. 
Choctaw West Bank Noon 



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During a day parade along St. Charles Avenue, 
residents reach out to catch goodies from Co- 
lumbus and his travelers as his boat floats by. 

A catchy saying on the side of a float captures 
the true feelings of the residents of New Orleans 
in the Muses parade. 
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Despite the shorter parades, Tulane students turned out in droves to see floats, col- 
lect beads, and enjoy the revelry. They were enthusiastic about the fact that noth- 
ing important was missing from this year's celebrations. There was a controversy over 
whether Mardi Gras should have even happened this year, but afterwards, Tulane 
students all agreed that they enjoyed themselves. Not even the aftermath of the 
worst hurricane in recent memory could dampen the spirit of Mardi Gras. 





photos courtcs) of Hannah Hu 



I still really enjoyed it. There were fewer stupid tourists 

getting drunk. Fewer people bothered to come so there 

was less drunkenness and drugs around. 

-Benjamin Curole 

There wasn't as much hubbub. Since the population is 

down, it was more laidback. 

-Jessica Prusa 

It was more of a community event. There was more 
spirit than usual. Going down to the French Quarter, you 
could tell people put a lot effort into their costumes. It 
seemed like they were trying to move on from the 
hurricane. 
-Reddington Jahncke 



It was smaller but the spirit was still there. 
-Sarah Williams 



It was tight. It was different but 
better than usual. 
-Steven Daigle 



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A billboard in the Central Business 
District captures the essence of the 
New Orleans' spirit, while floats 
in Houma celebrate the carnival 
season in there own, smaller scale 
parades. 

photos courtesy of Jessica Austin and Lindsay 
Horton 



Residents and tourists flock to the 

French Quarter on Mardi Gras day, 

many in costume and face paint to 

help celebrate the first Mardi Gras 

after Hurricane Katrina. 
Photo by Jennifer Zdon © 2006 The Times- 
Picayune Publishing Co., all rights reserved. 
Used with permission of The Times-Picayune. 



The Wicked 

Witch float melts 

her way down 

the street in the 

year's Endymion 

parade. Each 

year the parade's 

theme changes; 

this year it was 

The Wizard of 

Oz. 

photo courtesy of 
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The Rex parade makes its way 
down St. Charles Avenue near 
Canal Street Tuesday, February 28, 
2006 in New Orleans. 
Pholo by Brett Duke C 2006 The Times- 
Pieayune Publishing Co., all rights reserved. 
Used with permission of The Times-Picayune. 



Zulu members hit the Btreetson 
March GraSi six months Following 
Hurricane Katrina, Features ol the 

Festival included Zulu, Rex, and thi 
Rex King and Queen toast. 
Pholo by Ellis Lucia O 2006 The Times 
Pica) une Publishing Co., all rights reserved 
Used with permission of The Times-Picayune, 




Humpiv Dumpty was a large local point in one 
of the main day parades seen doss n St Charles 
Avenue in the days leading up to Mardi Gi 
The day parades tended to be less populated. 
allowing people to cathcr more beads and loot. 
In the inlamous nieht parades, a tour-armed 
creature beats his drums astride a float in the 
Orpheus parade. 

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Hurricane Katrina affected the tourist 

crowds at Mardi Gras 2006 with a 

population count of approximately 

450,000, according to the amount of 

trash left on the streets. The participation 

of the locals and college students 

however, was as strong as ever as 

Tulane students emptied campus and 

swarmed towards the parade routes. 

Many students continued the tradition of 

staying up all night on the Monday night 

before Fat Tuesday (Lundi Gras) and 

attending the famous Zulu parade the 

next morning at 8 a.m. 

Despite tragedy, Mardi Gras will continue 

to exemplify the spirit and spunk of New 

Orleans and Tulane. 



Clockwise: Photos courtesy of Eric Couper, Molly Fleece, Sarah Quintano, Lindsey 
Tubbs, David Drinnan, Krista DeLap 



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stands in the Coliseum 

looking out at the Arch 

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Italy. 

Right: Richer takes a 

rest inside the Coliseum 

on a ledge at the Vittorio 

looking out on the city 

of Rome. The Vittorio 

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Jennifer Smith 
and Kathryn 
Bondaru pose 
in front of 
Cinderella's 
Castle at Disney 
World in 
Orlando, Fla. 
Smith gets read3' 
for the ride of 
her life on one of 
the scarier roller 
coasters. 

photos courtesy of 
Kathyrn Bondani 

Max Behrens 
and Stephanie 
Choy keep their 
clothes on at a 
popular nude 
beach on South 
Padre Island. 

photo courtesy of 
Stephanie Choy 



Sarah Alayhall and Core3' DiPietro scout out schools in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Both are currently in the School of Engineering and have to transfer 
because of the Renewal Plan. Sarah plans to attend the University of Texas in Austin, her home town, while Corey plans to return to Rhode Island and 
attend the University of Rhode Island where he will be able to pursure a double major while still having time to study abroad despite his transfer. 

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Ratiki, Charles Kienzle, Kira Hendrickson, Stacy Ludwig, 
Megan McCulloch, Anna Orfitelli, Felix Wai, Craig 
Kite, Alec Bruns; Trisha Schimek, Jen Simkin, Emily 
Everrett, Hannah Carlton, Alison Munn, Ashley Heist, 
Christy Crawford, Heather Hurd; Jessica Cole, Nicole 
Archambault, Eric Crawford, Candace Boyle, Russell 
Berris, Lindsey Bonitez, Hamilton Simons-Jones 



Emily Everett sits amid piles or children's books 
as she sorts donations into appropriate age and 

reading level prior to donation. 



Working diligently, Annie Baron 
touches up the paint on the window 
frame at a school needing help. 
All photos counesy of Tulane Alternative Breaks 



Alternative Breaks 




Emily Everett 

and several other students work to gut a house 

in a needy neighborhood. 

photo courtesj of Tulane Alternative Breaks 

Kira Hendrickson and Nicole Archambult 
work together to paint a hallway white in a 
school that needed repairs tollowing the storm. 

photo COtntcS) of Tulane Alternative Breaks 



Tulane Alternative Breaks was started in 2004 by Wesley Jeffers and 
Trisha Schimek as a way for students to volunteer their time during Spring Break. TAB 
had several trips to areas in need during the break, but Hurricane Katrina prevented the 
group from travelling this year. Instead, students chose to remain in New Orleans with 
over 500 students from other universities across the nation, helping local organizations with 
rebuilding efforts. The group sorted donations, painted schools and gutted houses in the 
areas affected most by the hurricane. The group also planned educational and social 
activites to teach students about New Orleans, its culture and the issues caused by the 
hurricane to raise understanding and awareness of the struggles following the aftermath 
of Hurricane Katrina. 



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r those of you unfamiliar 
with Tulane University and 

New Orleans, let me just tell 
you that they are a state of 
mind and a state of the heart/ 
-President Scott Cowen 



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Students, alumus, staff and other 

supporters of Tulane University 

come out to cheer on the Greenwave 

Baseball team for Homerun 

Homecoming on Apr. 1, 2006. 



The Tulane baseball teams leans against 

the dugout fence at Zephyr Field, 

anxiously watching their teammates 

play against Rice University. 

Far right: Homerun Homecoming 

Court Brad Patout, Ryan Griffin, 

Darion Stofira, Jonathan Bakke, Phillip 

Reuder, Lauren DeFrank, Julia Vigna, 

Jessica Cole, Melissa Taylor, and 

Trisha Schimek stand with President 

Scott Cowen on the stage in front of 

Zephyr Field for the announcement of 

the winners. 



Left to right: A prominently displayed 

banner hangs across the pillars of 

McAlister Auditorium in the week 

prior to Homecoming weekend 

advertising the festivities. 

Riptide the Pelican, the Tulane mascot, 
dances through the stands at Zephyr 
Field, pumping up the crowd's spirit. 

Chalkings along the sidewalk in front 

of McAlister Auditorium add a bit of 

art and culture to the week's events. 












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Though the traditional fall 
Homecoming celebration 
was not possible this year, 
Tulane simply rescheduled. 
The weekend was built 
around a baseball game 
instead of a football game 
this year but all of the usual 
activities went on. Students 
could be seen enjoying 
free snoballs on the step 
of McAlister Auditorium, 
painting windows of dorms 
and Bruff Commons, and 
cheering on the Green 
Wave athletics' teams. 

Parents could be seen 
cheering right along 
with their children since 
Parent's Weekend was also 
rescheduled to coincide 
with the Homecoming 



celebrations. 

Although the Tulane 
baseball suffered a 
disheartening defeat to Rice 
University in the last three 
innings of the match, Tulane 
spirits were high at finally 
being able to celebrate in 
true Crescent City style. 

All pholos by Paula Burch 



Students decked out in their Tulane green walk 
toward the game at Zephyr Field. 

Window paintings display words ol pride and 
confidence in the strength of Tulane s athl 
over those ol Rice University. 

Students show off their free spirit gear while 
grabbing tree snoballs in Iront ol McAlister 
Auditorium during the week s events. 





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Students go beyond Maple Street to discover gems of city nightlife beyond campus 



Princeton Review ranks 

Tulane as: 

No. 18- Lots of Beer 

No. 1 - Lots of Hard Liquor 

No. 1 1 - Party Schools 

With so many bars 
to choose from, no 
wonder Tulane ranks as 
the No. 1 1 party school 
in the country. Much 

Sitting across Maple Street from another 

popular hangout T.J. Quill's. Bruno's is a casual 

bar where many students find conversation, pool 

and darts, and an outdoor seating area. 

photos by Ashley Crowder 

Jay's Bubble Tea is a relatively new addition to 

^Nlaple Street. Across the street from Fresco's, 

the cafe offers unique tapioca smoothies and 

recently added a hookah bar. 

photo by Ashley Crowder 



of the partying takes 
place at the popular 
hangout — even after 
Hurricane Katrina — 
Maple Street. Almost 
every night of the week 
you can see Tulane 
students at Vera Cruz, 
Bruno's, TJ Quills, Phillip's 
Bar and Madigans. 
With a drink special 



every night of the week, 
students can always 
find an excuse to go 
out and relax after a 
day of class. Maple 
Street continues to grow 
as the construction of 
the new Bruno's across 
the street was barely 
affected by the disaster 
in the fall semester. 



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Located on Magazine Street, Le Hon I emps Roule bar and sandwich 
shop is a great place to stop and grab a bite to eal long into the night. 

photo b) Ariel Bavenwui 



F and M's, .1 cheaper and simpler bar. attracts .1 Luce Greek crowd because the 
managment chooses 10 rent oul its rooms to hold panics lor less than other bars 
in the area. 



photo hi Vriel Bavermui 



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Bourbon Street is almost deserted 
during the day as most of the at- 
traction of the area comes during 
the night. Often, timid tourists visit 
the street during the light to avoid 
wild crowds, 
photo by Ashley Crowder 

Tropical Isle, a classic daiquiri 

shop sits on a corner of Bourbon 

Street. The bar sells local favorites 

such as daiquiris, hurricanes and 

hand grenades. 

photo by Ashley Crowder 




The Bourbon Pub is a local favorite 

single-sex dance club and bar located 

down Bourbon. 

photo by Ashley Crowder 



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Cafe du Monde, near Jackson 
Square, is open 24 hours a day. 

photo by Ashley Crowder 

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Usually one of the 
busiest places 
in New Orleans, 
Bourbon Street's 
typically wild and 
noisy composure 
has sobered since 
Hurricane Katrina. 
Tourists continue to 
flock to this one-of- 
a-kind street in order 
to see its unique 



night of the week 
was hopping with 
tourists and locals 
alike enjoying 
the festivities on 
their favorite New 
Orleans street. 
Although the crowd 
has quieted for 
now, much like 
the high-heeled 
mechanical legs 
from the window 



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people letting loose at Big Daddy': 
upon their first steps Gentleman's Club, 
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Pctnhellenic Recruitment 2006 

The theme for this year's Panhellenic recruitment was "How to find 
a House in 10 Days", based off the hit movie "How to Lose a Guy in 
10 Days" with Matthew McCaughney and Kate Hudson. 377 girls 
rushed this year to find a spot in one of the six houses starting Feb. 9 
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Ariel Baverman celebrate Kappa Alpha 

Theta's new pledge class at Rock n' Bowl 

on Bid Day. 
photos courtesy of Ariel Baverman 







Adda Baranowski, 
Tori Burgess and Alex 
Campos wait outside 
the Sigma Delta Tau 
house for the first party 
of Preference Night. 
Just like Pref nights 
in the past, this one 
was cold and rainy but 
the girls dressed up 
anyway. 



Gamma Chis Katie 
Sweet, Lindsey Smith, 
and Jennifer Shapiro 
huddle up under a 
blanket outside the 
Theta house during 
Recruitment. Each of 
the eight Recruitment 
groups had five Gamma 
Chis to guide groups of 
50 or more girls. 



Carly Plotkin and 
Whitney Plaeger hold 
up envelopes containing 
their Bid Cards on 
Sunday morning. 286 
girls were present for 
Bid Day in McAlister 
Auditorium. 



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Fraternity Recruitment 




Tulane University's Greek life is unique in that it 
participates in deferred recruitment, meaning that 
entering first-time semester freshmen may not join 
Tulane fraternities and sororities until they have 
completed at least 12 hours of coursework. Each 
spring, hundreds of men vie for a coveted position 
as a member of one of Tulane's ten fraternities. 

Greek Programs are committed to supporting the 
valuable learning experience that the community 
offers, including promoting the intellectual, social, 
recreational and moral development of students, 
as well as providing training in leadership skills 
and other personal and social skills. In addition, 
Greek organizations on the Tulane campus wish 
to promote an ever-increasing appreciation for 
diversity. 

With over 30 percent of the Tulane community 
actively involved in Greek life, this year's recruitment 
was no less busy than normal, resulting in a 
successfully gathered group of young men and 
women to lead their organizations into the future. 

photos courtesy of Alpha Tau Omega. Phi Gamma Delia, and Delta Tau Delta 




AE<I> 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 



President: 

Nicole Edison 
Vice President: 

Shawn Alpert 
Treasurer: 

Jessica Kasman 
Secretary: 

Jodi Finer 
Panhellenic Chair: 

Lindsy Kurtz 
Philanthropy: 

Ron Miller 

Leigh Adams 
Danielle Albanese 
Alii Angel 
Rachel Applestein 
Katie Arment 
Ashley Bagan 
Emily Baker 
Laura Baker 
Adda Baranowski 
Erin Barbach 
Ban Barnett 
Michelle Beatty 
Jess Benjamin 
Jill Benson 
Brittany Berger 
Sarah Berkley 
Robyn Bernstein 
Jen Bowen 
Sam Brodkin 
Lauren Bronleewe 
Kallin Brooks 
Kapa Cathcart 
Bridget Chaney 
Chloe Conti 
Jo Curran 
Ally Cushing 
Jillian Davis 
Marfa Dehmlow 
Katie Delaski 
Paige DuBeshter 
Kelly Eisenman 
Tracy Eisenman 
Jana Epstein 
Jayme Felson 
Randi Finegold 
Sam Fishman 
Amanda Fix 
Sam Friedberg 
Arielle Friedman 
Jillian Fromkin 
Lisa Ganguzza 
Tammy Gary 
Didi Gerber 
Amanda Gibbons 
Savannah Glazer 
Lisa Gold 
Libbie Goldberg 
Amanda Goldman 
Emily Goldstein 
Liz Goldstein 
Tanya Goldman 
Michelle Glodowski 
Glenna Gross 
Tory Grossman 
Lisa Hechtman 
Alison Heriands 
Amanda Hertzberg 



Samantha Himelman 
Chloe Himmel 
Erika Hochberger 
Katie Hock 
Diana Horn 
Melissa Hutter 
Amanda Jahncke 
Morgan Jelling 
Erin Jones 
Rachel Jutkowitz 
Holly Kallman 
Abbie Kamin 
Jessica Kasman 
Jenny Kay 
Samantha Klein 
Jessi Kleinman 
Susie Kostaras 
Jessica Kreindel 
Lauren Krieger 
Jill Kulb 
Lindsy Kurtz 
Amanda Lampert 
Katja Lang 
Laura Lepre 
Alice Lian 
Sarah Lichy 
Laura Lightbody 
Rory Lipman 
Leslie Loeb 
Ali Locker 
Abigail Lukash 
Briana Mahida 
Farra Mainstain 
Paige Malowitz 
Jessi Meltzer 
Stephanie Millar 
Lee Mirbach 
Julie Mongerson 
Amanda 

Morgenstern 
Alexa Nadal 
Lizzie Nuell 
Cara O'Donnell 
Emily O'Leany 
Lacey Osborn 
Alyssa Padover 
Keri Pankow 
Sam Peitler 
Corinne Peitz 
Whitney Phillips 
Alex Pichette 
Julia Pichette 
Andrea Pinto 
Whit Plaeger 
Carly Plotkin 
Danielle Posner 
Corey Post 
Jenn Powell 
Nicki Raffa 
Meredith Ray 
Ali Reilly 
Lindsay Riedl 
Ryan Rogers 
Allison Rosenthal 
Katie Rossos 
Sam Rothman 
Julia Ruppert 
Brynne Sorter 
Jessica Sorter 
Courtney Schapiro 



Kare Semple 
Lindsay Shapiro 
Alexandra Sherman 
Katie Silver 
Beth Singer 
Blair Sisisky 
Jacquelyn Smith 
Dani Snyder 
Julia Solomons 
Arielle Solowiejczyk 
Alii Spielman 
Allie Stahl 
Meg Stanley 
Nina Stuart 
Katie Surnow 
Carey Susskind 
Stephanie Swanicke 
Nicole Taeschler 
Becky Thaler 
Courtney Thrower 
Alexis Trimas 
Jamie Tuchman 
Lindsay Urban 
Madeline Veal 
Jen Volk 
Ali Wachtel 
Denille Wachtenheim 
Julie Wallack 
Maggie Weidner 
Rachel Weiss 
Liz White 
Julia Willinger 
Amanda Wilson 
Lindsay Yaffe 
Rebecca Zalman 
JJillian Zone 
Nikou Zoller 
Taryn Zuckerman 




The girls of AEPhi enjoy a night out. 

photo courtesy of Alpha Epsilon Phi 



LOCAL FOUNDING: 1916 
SYMBOL: Columns 



NAME: Alpha 

Epsilon Phi 

CHAPTER: Epsilon 

FOUNDED: Barnard COLORS: Green and White 

College, 1909 ADDRESS: 1134 Broadway 



AEPhi has become much more community-oriented since 
Hurricane Katrina. We created an entire committee dedicated 
to community service. Before Katrina, the sorority focused its 
philanthrope' efforts on our two national 
charities: The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric 
AIDS Foundation and the Chaim Sheba 
Medical Center in Israel. Since the 
hurricane, however, -we have been putting all 
our efforts towards rebuilding New Orleans. 
We have organized and participated in manj' 
events including Katrina Krewe, Beautify 
Broadway and gutting a home in the area. 
Our most successful event was with Chabad. We -went into a home of a 
Jewish family in the area and gutted it. It was amazing to see what 60- 
plus women can do when they get together for a good cause. AEPhi has 
made a conscious effort since Katrina to help rebuild New Orleans and we 
plan on doing so in the coming years. 




Rachel Applestein 



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Alpha Epsilon Pi 



NAME: Alpha Epsilon Pi 
CHAPTER: Tau Upsilon 

FOUNDED:New York 
University, 1914 
LOCAL FOUNDING: 1951 



SYMBOL: Lion 
COLORS: Blue & Gold 
ADDRESS: 1001 Broadway 



President: 

Brett Hyman 
Vice President: 

Pierce Azuma 
Treasurer: 

Michael Lipkin 
Secretary: 

Blake Roter 

Geoff Abraham 
Brett Allen 
Matt Anish 
James Arogeti 
Abie Axen 
Matt Belman 
Adam Bieber 
Kieth Bortniker 



Matthew Brissette 
Sean Brna 
Jameson Brown 
Michael Bubis 
Brian Burke 
Joseph Cillo Jr. 
Michael Clifford 
Michael Cohen 
Jonathan Durland 
Allen Dushi 
Alan Ferszt 
David Fisher 
Evan Fript 
Doug Garber 
Matthew Glassman 
Seth Glodowski 
Alex Glustrom 



Gregory Goldstein 
Danny Goodman 
Cody Gordh 
Travis Gossen 
Matthew Grand 
Adam Greenberg 
Daniel Halle 
David Harney 
Andrew Heindel 
Michael Heller 
Clinton Hollister 
Andrew Horwitz 
Randy House 
Drew Israel 
Eric Israel 
Joshua Justman 
Michael Justman 



Gregory Kalnitsky 
Brandon Kilberg 
Marshall Kinzer 
Noah Korff 
Andrew Kravis 
Ralph Larke 
Sam Miller 
Erik Nagy 
Mark Nixdorf 
Daniel Ostroff- 
Moskowitz 
Brett Pallin 
Andrew Parlin 
Eli Pincus 
Scott Polunsky 
Max Rasche 
Josh Rosenfield 




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lpha Epsilon Pi 
worked quickly 
.to recover from 
Hurricane Katrina. Our house 
at 1001 Broadway sustained 
minimal damage and was 
in good condition by mid- 
October. While mam - brothers 
were unable to return tor the 
Spring 2006 semester, almost every member will return t or the 
Fall 2006 semester. We are looking forward to contributing to 
the rebuilding of New Orleans and working with the people ot 

Tulane University. 

Bret/ Hyman, President 



Josh Rothstein 
Andrew Schilling 
Ryan Schimmel 
Daniel Schlaff 
Jordan Schneider 
Ben Sherman 
Frank Sherman 
Matthew Sigman 
Nathan Sinkula 
Steve Smith 
Jeffrey Tankel 
Michael Torbiak 
Aaron Treves 
Ben Walters 
Jared Worchel 
Bo Lun Yang 
Jesse Zryb 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha 



President-Taneshia Straughter 
Vice-President-Catrina Johnson 
Secretary-Valerie Fontenot 
Treasurer-Ashley Cooper 



The girls of Alpha Kappa Alpha gather at the front of the school and memPers show 

off their letters. 



Photo courtesy of Taneshia Straughet 




Katrina has affected sorority 
life by splitting chapters up 
geographically. However, 
it has opened up many avenues for 
sororities to do community service. 



Taneshia Straughter, President 



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Ladies in White smile at the steps of Tulane. 

Photo courtesy of Taneshia Straughter 



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AOA 

Alpha Phi Alpha 

President: Robert Carter III 
Vice President: Alex Davis 
Treasurer: Avery Williams 




NAME: Alpha Phi Alpha 
CHAPTER: Rho Iota 
FOUNDED: Cornell University. 1906 
LOCAL FOUNDING: 1989 
COLORS: Black & Gold 
FLOWER: Yellow Rose 

Our chapter was affected by Hurricane 
Katrina. However, demonstrating 
great strength and will, all members 
did attend other universities during the tall 
semester. Avery attended LA Tech, Alex 
attended Case Western and Robert attended 
LSU. Through the adversity of the situation we 
were forced to face, we still held high the ideals 
of our organization- manly deeds, scholarship, 
and love for all mankind. 

Robert Carter III. preivderd 



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Alpha Tau Omega 



NAME: Alpha Tau Omega 

FOUNDED: Virginia Military 

Institute, 1865 

COLORS: Azure and Gold 

FLOWER: White Tea Rose 





Above: Morgan Simpson, Isaac, Alike Preng, Sean, Ryan Trapani, Drew 

British, Ken Stinson, Brian Lee, Rich Allen, Billy Sloan, Jake Grate, Dane 

Smith, Spudd, Brian Freeman, Adam Tankanow, JJ Shepherd, Clajton 

Jones, Anothon}' Fazzari, David Murphy, Clayton Scherrer, Jesse Tab, 

Davin Chitra, Dmitri Pasricha, Blake Horowitz, Compton Page Chase- 

Landsdale, Jack Bertuzzi and Steve Johnson 

Scott Dunnick, Jack Bertuzzi, Clayton Scherrer, Morgan Simpson, Ed 
Freydel and Compton Page Chase-Landsdale 



Clayton Scherrer, JJ Shepherd, Dane Smith, Mark Ryan, Scott Dunnick, 
Clayton Jones, Adam Tankanow, Anthony Fazzari, Compton Page Chase- 
Landsdale, Sid Bigham, Ed Freydel, Brian Lee 
photos courtesy of David Murphy 



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Chi Omega 




Pledges Holly Lynn Lambert, Jen Pearson, Kimberly Dice, EmmaCaitlin Pegues and 
Evelyn Owens show off their Chi O spirit. 



Photo courtesy of Daisy Gurdian 



NAME: Chi Omega 
CHAPTER: Rho 
FOUNDED: University of 
Arkansas, 1895 



LOCAL FOUNDING: 1899 
SYMBOL: Owl 

COLORS: Cardinal & Straw 
ADDRESS: 1029 Broadway 



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ince Katrina, the Chi Omegas of Rho chapter have gained 
a greater respect and appreciation for sorority life. During 
our time apart, we kept in communication through e-mail 

and phone calls, while support 
and aide poured in from Chi 
Omega chapters across the 
country. Our alumni and 
National Headquarters worked 
hard to ensure that every 
member was accounted for and 
even taken care of. I bey even 
sent lis a little gilt to show they 
were thinking ol us. 1 oday, we 
are closer than we have ever been and with the initiation of our 
new members, we have never been so proud to be Chi Omegas! 

Daisy Gurdian, President 




President: Daisy M. 

Gurdian 

Vice President: Ellen 

Schmidt 

Secretary: Chea 

Matherne 

Treasurer: Maggie 

Cuningham 

Beth Bender 
Julie Bernzweig 
Brittany Bjornerud 
Kady Bourgeois 
Caroline Brown 
Erin Brush 

Monica Cammack 
Jessica Chapman 
Melody Chen 
Alex Clarke 
Jacky Cohen 
Erin Colligan 
Jenny Comarda 
Julia Combs 
Emily Comegys 
Erin Condon 
Taylor Cotton 
Alba Creoles 
Laura Curler 
Julia Curry 
Rebecca 
Dougherty 
Lauren DeFrank 
Sara DeLeeuw 
Crystal Dieleman 
Molly DiGaetano 
Kristen Douglas 
Emma Drozdowski 
Jana Eager 
Tabitha Edgens 
Kate Ensor 
Stephanie Eveslage 
Caitlin Flannery 
Leslie Ford 
Kerry Freeh 
Heather Glasgow 
Gracie Glassmeyer 
Ashley Guethle '- 
Melissa Gurdian 
Emily Hancock 
Ashley Heftner 
Rachel Henson 
Mallory Herlevic 
Ashleigh Hite 
Cheryl Johnson 
Sarah Kane 
Mari Kantrow 
Megan Killion 
Maddie Kirk 
Liz Kraus 
Caroline Kuftner 



Maddie Lammers 
Brittany Lone 
Lauren Ledbettef 
Marcie Lessard 
Meghan Utten 
Brooke Lovett 
Lindsey McAlpin 
Anabel McHugh 
Brita McKinnon 
Audrey Meyn 
Morgan Michael 
Sage Middleton 
Erica Mire 
Danielle Notaro 
Erin O'Flaherty 
Kristen Palumbo 
Rachel Patrick 
Uzzy Pavlik 
Caroline Politz 
Elizabeth Ponder 
Elise Puissegar 
Sarah Pynes 
Barkley Raffery 
Megan Robershotte 
Jessica Roberts 
Stephanie Roberts 
Jessica Roberts 
Lauren Roberts 
Leora Rockowitz 
Dani Ross 
Amanda Rueter 
Romy Ryan 
Jenna Schaeffer 
Kate Schafer 
Beth Schonwald 
Jenn Shapiro 
Jamie Smith 
Tierney St. John 
Lara Stepneski 
Brittney Stevens 
Katie Sweet 
Kate Tapia 
Nora Tevelow 
Eliza Trice 
Lourdes Valdes 
Leanne Volenti 
Hilary Webb 
Samantha Weil 
Ashley Weston 
Bri Whetstone 
Kelly Wiggs 
Bethy Williams 
Bailey Wilson 
Allison Wise 
Lisa Wojcik 
Jennifer Womack 
Mariana Zanotti 
Anne Zembron 
Margie Zuckerman 



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Delta Sigma Theta 



Alicia Altemus 

Yorri Berry 

Ava Coleman 

Bonnie DeSalle 

Bronwyn Gilmore 

Sasha Gordon 

Alicia Labat 

Carla La'Cour 

Kara Langford 

Kristin Lynch 

Cherith Reed 

Krystle Robinson 

Melinda Simpson 

Mashonda Taylor 

Millen Zemo 




Sorority life has not really 
changed for us after 
Hurricane Katrina. It has 
just intensified our commitment to 
community service. 
Candace Walker, President 



The proud women of Zeta Phi Beta show off their pride. 

Photos courtesy of Candace Walker 



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Delta Tau Delta 



NAME: Delta Tau Delta 


SYMBOL: Crescent 


CHAPTER: Bet 


aXi 


COLORS: Roy; 


il Purple. 


FOUNDED: Bethany 


Gold, White 




College, 1858 




FLOWER: Purp 


e Iris 


LOCAL FOUNDING: 1889 


ADDRESS: 835 Broadway 


President: 


Harrison 


Brendan 


William Petter 


Andy Kraut 


Buttrick 


Kissam 


Brandon 


Vice President: 


Scott Craft 


Andy Kraut 


Policky 


Daren 


Tim Cullen 


Brian Krevor 


Jon Nathan 


Sadowsky 


Brian Danford 


Thomas Krouse 


Raby 


Treasurer: 


Russell Dula 


Noah Lindsley 


Jacob Ringer 


Jason Talley 


John Esteen 


John London 


Jon Rogers 


Secretary: 


Brooks Fowler 


Joshua Long 


Shawn Sawar 


Brad 


Sam Garner 


Richard Mayer 


Chris Sigley 


Marshall 


Will Goforth 


Nick 


Mike 




Forest Graham 


McDowell 


Upchurch 


Gustavo Alvira 


Alex Grier 


Dan Meinwald 


Peter Van 


Will Armstrong 


Mark Groover 


Bob Murrell 


Bavel 


Steven 


Larry Hall 


Vaughn 


Derek Wagner 


Berkman 


Ross Kaplan 


Nossaman 


Mike Zolnick 


Jeff Brown 


Ben Karfunkle 


Joe Offutt 


Andrew Zutell 




-| r TT'urricanes suck! 

.n. 

Andy Kraut, president 



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President: Ghislaine 

Camey 

Vice-President:Carla Ball 

Secretary:Jackie Hester 

Treasurer: Jenna Joaquin 

Historian: Rachel Schillaci 

Alumni Advisor: Melissa 

Mendoza 

Laura el-Sabaawi 

Mayra Garcia 

Lauren Green 

Nikki Greenfield 

Krystn Hammond 

Benaz Hossain 

Carol Lawrence 

Sabine Maura 

Nora Moncrieff 

Jodi Narde 

Thu-Van Nguyen 

Lauren Rios 

Sierra Tolbert 

Dorrie Swanson 

Jean Wu 



Our philanthropy is 
education. 
After Hurricane 
Katrina, the problems of New- 
Orleans, educational system 
included, were laid bare for all 
to see. It reminded us that our 
dedication to the philanthropy 
could help the city in its long 
term recovery plans. We are 
honored and excited to be part of 
the renewal, and hope to hear the 
sounds of children laughing at 
school playgrounds again soon. 
Ghislaine Camey, President 




The women of Delta Xi Nu show everyone what they're made of. 

Photo courtesy of Ghislaine Camey 




A group of Delta Xi Nus 

represent their sorority at the 

Activities Expo organization fair. 

Photo courtesy of Ghislaine Camey 




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Carlo Ball, Maeva and Laura el-Sabaawi smile 
together after an event. 

Photo courtesy of Ghislaine Camey 



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Kappa Alpha Order 




NAME: Kappa Alpha Order ADDRESS: 1036 Audubon 

CHAPTER: Psi Street 

SYMBOL: Crest FLOWER: Magnolia 

COLORS: Crimson and Old Blossom and Red Rose 

Gold 



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The house of the Kappa Alpha order sits across 
from the Tulane Catholic Center close to the 
infamous late-night hot-spot: The Boot. 
photo by Rachel Timm 



President: 
Eric Sella 
Vice President: 
Ryan Webb 
Secretaries: 
Robert Giffen 
Zach Viuf 
Historian: 
Brent Cobb 

Nick Albrecht 
Matthew Altaras 
Adam Aultz 
Cutler Averbuch 



Bennett Battle 
William Baxter 
Taylor Bertin 
James Bienvenu 
John Bookout IV 
Lionel Bourgeois IV 
Taylor Bromagen 
Brett Chalke 
Ira Citron 
Peter Danysh 
Richard Dickson 
Matthew Eskind 
Alexander Gangi 
Jordan Gargas 



Robert Grissom 
Lane Golden 
Hal Guggolz 
Adam Gulotta 
Jason Harbison 
Stephen Hartman 
Jeffery Hedges 
David Henley 
George Hicks 
Andrew Hummel 
Thomas Jacobs 
Steven Kiesling 
Michael Krents 
Kyle May 



Thomas Moore 
Ryan Moses 
Nicholas Nelson 
Christopher 
Newbern 
Bradley Patout 
Samuel Podesta 
Matthew 
Resignola 
Andrew Roberts 
Griffin Rosseau 
Patrik Sefeldt 
Will Sharpe 
Jack Simms 



Michael Smith 
Brad Watson 
Kent Watson 
Chris Weems 
John Weglein 
Thomas West 
Michael 
Whitehead 
Robert Wilson I 
Jeffery Wolf 
Mark Zagar 



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Kappa Alpha Theta 



President- Nicole 
Hebert 

VP Administration- 
Lauren 
Kurczewski 
VP External 
Relations - Alyson 
Vivattanapa 
VP Membership- 
Julia Place 
VP Panhellenic- 
Teresa Bruno 
VP Education- 
Vicki Hill 

VP Development- 
Caroline Haas 
VP Finance - 
Lauren Brown 

Fiza Ahmed 
Rachel Andersen 
Kanako Asai 
Amanda Azon 
Kathryn 

Bachman 
Ariel Baverman 
Cia Bearden 
Meredith Beers 
Lucy Bell 
Veronica Beskin 
Megan Bevill 
Stephanie Bissell 
Shannon Boone 
Emily Booth 
Kimberly 

Bordeaux 
Sarah Borgatti 
Chelsie 

Boudreaux 
Alexandra Brown 
Meaghan 

Callahan 
Jessica Chane 
Amelie Chopin 
Lauren Clark 
Samantha Clark 
Jessica Cole 
Lindsay Condit 
Adrianne Crozier 
Lauren Currence 
Anna Donoghue 
Lindsey Douglas 
Emily Everett 
Jamie Feldman 
Jessica Fischer 
Molly Fleece 
Meredith Fort 



Kaitlin Freienmuth 
Christine Fulton 
Lauren Gay 
Nora Greiman 
Whitney Groth 
Jenny Groves 
Kristine Gullo 
Katie Haines 
Molly Hanerty 
Meaghan 

Hartney 
Nicole Hebert 
Nikki Held 
Monica Hemker 
Samantha 

Hoekstra 
Pamela Holland 
Emily Holroyd 
Whitney Horton 
Laura Hovas 
Danielle Howell 
Katherine Huppi 
Ashley Jacobson 
Gala Kaufman 
Daria Kester 
Courtney Key 
Alexandra Kirylo 
Karen Kriger 
Jamie Kurash 
Marina 

Laczkowski 
Britta Lansdowne 
Corrine Libby 
Kaia Lubanko 
Margaret Lupiani 
Lara Lupu 
Sara Lyrtle 
Beatrice Mabrey 
Kira McAllister 
Carol McDonald 
Liz McGehee 
Chryssi Mikus 
Shannon 

Mitsuhashi 
Lauren Mittenthal 
Chelsea Motter 
Danielle 

Narveson 
Alice Newhall 
Natasha 

Noordhoof 
Kylie Novasel 
Shannon O'Hara 
Megan O'Leary 
April Perez 
Sarah Petner 
Meredith Pratt 




The seniors of Kappa Alpha Theta dress in all black for their preference ceremonies. 
Photo courtesy of Emily Everett 



Jenna Rome 
Ashley Rose 
Kristin Rosen 
Kelly Ross 
Lauren Ruth 
Suzanne Ryan 
Ali Ryan 
Sam Sanacore 
Noel Schexnayder 
Anne Sedgewick 
Madeline Shelton 
Jennifer Sheppard 
Stacey Sherman 
Jennifer Simkin 
Brooke Sizer 
Sarah Smith 
Annie Stephens 
Melanie Stephens 
Paxson Sterling 
Courtney Stevenson 
Lin Su-Jit 
Meredith Swain 
Caroline Swain 
Mary Taylor 
Amy Thienel 
Kristin Toepfer 
Carly Toole 
Nancy Valle 
Margaret Walker 
Whitney Wear 
Elissa Weingart 
Jewelyn Wellbourne 
Caitlin Williams 
Dana Youngren 
Chrystelle Zweidler 



Name: 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
Chapter: Alpha Phi 
Founded: DePauw 
University, 1807 
Local Founding: 1914 



Symbol: Kite 
Colors: Black 
and Gold 
Address: 928 

Broadway 



think that 

Katrina 
J brought all 
of us closer 
together. 
It gave 
us a true 
appreciation 
forTulane 
and this 
city. I feel 
as though 
Katrina 
changed us 
for the better; 
we now realize just 
how special Theta and Tulane are 
to each of us. 

Nicole Hebert, President 




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President- Jen 

Caroline Nabors Farhoumand 

VP.organization- Corie Ann 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 




The Kappas dress down and in an 80s theme for a mixer. 



Photo courtesy of Lauren Rowntree 



Name: 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Chapter: Beta 

Omicron 

Founded: Monmouth 

College, 1870 

Local Founding: 1904 



Symbol: Key 
Colors: Navy and 
Sky Blue 
Address: 1033 
Audubon St. 




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K, 



r appa Kappa Gamma 
has been a steady rock 
jn my life throughout the 
entire Katrina ordeal. When 
we were all separated at 
different schools, in different 
parts of the world, it was 
amazing to see how close 
we all stayed. Having such a 
feeling of togetherness, even 
if it was via e-mail, always 
brightened my day and 
reminded me that 100 other girls were sharing my same 
hopes and fears. Within my chapter and throughout the 
entire Greek community there is a newly found sense of 
camaraderie. We have been doing more philanthropies 
and service projects than ever before and we live to 
"seize the day," every day. We all love it here! Katrina 
might have taken all our physical belongings, but most 
importantly she did not take away our love for New 
Orleans, Tulane and the Greek community. 

Caroline Nabors, President 



Emily Starkey 
VP; Standards- 
Jill Ormand 
VP: Academic 
Excellence- 



Foster 
Kiernan Fox 
Leslie Frankel 
Lisa Frankel 
Paige Fraser 



Mary Catherine Jessica 



White 

Treasurer- Sky 
Souyoul 
Corresponding 
Secret ary- 
Jacgueline 
Siegel 
Recording 
Secretary- Kim 
Kavanaugh 
Philanthropy- 
Jessica Fugitt 

Kyle Adair 
Sarah Ahmad 
Tessa Arbani 
Jordan Arkin 
Catherine Ball 
Adrianna Banks 
Adrienne 
Barbour 
Emma Barnett 
Anne Battey 
Abby Bauman 
Shana Bellin 
Kaitlin Berg 
Jen Bernd 
Abby Berren 
Tess Bicak 
Elesa Billie 



Friedman 
Jessica Fugitt 
Loren Giardina 
Kathryn 

Glassman 
Lauren Gnutti 
Jen Goltche 



Kati Milligan 
Sarah 

Montgomery 
Sophie Noero 
Siobhan Nolan 
Erica Novack 
Megan Morey 
Reed Morgan 
Makenzie Morris 
Sydney Morris 
Sonia Moshtaghi 
Katie Maucher 
Meghaan 

McElroy 
Daisy Melamed 
Arielle Mesirow 



Audrey Gordon Tania Michaels 
Melinda Maren Miller 

Greenbaum Emily Ostuw 
Kaitlin Greenhill Elizabeth 
Chelsea Pantaleo 

Grimes Keely Pate 

Leah Grodnick Andrea Poldian 
Meryl Grodnick Audrey Poore 



Naheed 
Hadjisoffi 

Marianne 

Halphen 
Pru Hardi 
Kelli Heinz 
Emily Hersh 
Devon 

Hinderhofer 
Tina Hofer 
Lauren Hotard 
Jessi Howard 
Brittany Irvin 
Katie Jones 



Lauren Kahn 

Lindsay Bofman Sonia Kahn 

Molly Breeskin Lindsey Karlin 

Caroline Lindsay Kasin 

Bronaugh Allison Katz 

Carolyn Brown Morgan Katz 

Erin Buckingham Kim Kavanagh 

Eve Buckwalter Helen Robyn Sills 

Kenworthy Jess Silver 
Amy Kessock Collins Speed 
Jenna Kessock Alex Sterling 



Caroline PraM 
Rebecca 

Putterman 
Ariel Reed 
Claire Robb 
Annie Rodman 
Chloe Roeder 
Jenna Rosa 
Jessica 

Rothschild 
Lauren Rowntree 
Mary Rutherford 
Lauren Sadulsky 
Erica Salm 
Dani Scher 
Missy Schlade 
Jane Schulman 
Courtney 

Schumacher 
Adrienne Shea 



Maya 

Burkenroad 
Emily Busch 

Leigh Cafferty Courtney 
Laina Kilgman 

Caltagirone Erin Kronberg 

Callie Kacey Krotz 

Carnemark Melissa 
Kate Chiasson Kuczynski 

Alex Comstock Larkin Kurzius 

Sarah Deanda Anna Labadie 

Kristen Decker Suzette Lake 

Samantha Danielle 

DeMartino LaRoche 

Laura Desmond Michele Lay 

Kelli Dickson Colleen 
Alison Dierdorff LeBlanc 
Bethany Dobson Allison Leonard 

Alison Downey Ali Lewis 



Carly Sylvest 
Kristen Tredwell 
Jill Ulicny 
Allison 

villemarerte 
Emily Wagman 
Julia Wertheim 
Joanna Wexler 
Allison White 
Amanda 

Winchester 
Katherine Wood 
Lauren Wood 
Sarah Yazdian 



Katie Dudley 
Lauren Duffy 
Rachel Dula 
Haley Dupree 
Jenny Durkin 
Brooke Ellett 
Sarah Esfahani 
Jessie Manley 



Nicole Liebman 
Brittany Link 
Rosa Lipin 
Kelly Liu 
Lauren Logan 
Katy Mallios 
Alex 
Mangimelli 



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KX 

Kappa Sigma 





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NAME: Kappa Sigma 
CHAPTER: Sigma 
FOUNDED: 1869 



SYMBOL: Star and Crescent 
COLORS: Scarlet, White, 



and Emerald Green 



LOCAL FOUNDING: 1889 FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 



The four cornerstones of Kappa Sigma are: 

1. Fellowship — over 230,000 men have joined the National Chapter, enjoying the unmatched 
experiences, involvement and lifelong Brotherhood 

2. Leadership — Brothers learn to get involved in their communities on a local and national 
level 

3. Scholarship — the importance of education is never forgotten as a Brother; and 

4. Service — Brothers spend thousands hours of working in their communities and raising 
money for worthy causes. 



This organization did not provide any information and we were unable to gather any 
additional information about the local chapter. We apologize for the inconvenience and 
the partial coverage of this organization. 

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Phi Beta Sigma 



NAME: Phi Beta Sigma 
FOUNDED: Howard 
University, 1914 
SYMBOL: Dove 



COLORS: Royal Blue and 

Pure White 

FLOWER: White Carnation 



Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C. 
Jan. 9, 1914 on the fundamental ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service. The 
founders wished to create an organization that would be judged on the basis ol its merits 
rather than by the colors of the skins of its members. 



This organization did not provide any information and we were unable to gather any 
additional information about the local chapter. We apologize for the inconvenience and 
the partial coverage of this organization. 



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orA 

Phi Gamma Delta 



President: 


Jesse Sears 


John Prather 


Noah Shilling 


Historian: 


Mike Simon 


Nick Beal 


Brian Sontag 


Philanthropy 


Andrew Spiel 


Chairman: 


Suhas 


Aaron 


Subramanyam 


Gleibermann 


Steven Thesman 


Recruitment 


Brian Walsdorf 


Chariman: 


Jonathan 


Scott Thompson 


Warkentin 




Brett Weiner 


Jon Azoff 




Adam 




Blanchard 




Jason Blanchard 




Ben Calhoun 




Daniel Clark 




Zak Cohen 




John Cornish 




Ray Ely 




Dan Epstein 




Ben Fischer- 




Valuck 




John Galloway 




Dan Gerstein 




David Gordon 




Rob Habermann 




Jack Hoelscher 




Bryant Ingram 




Oliver Kiel 




Ted Klein 




Keith Krouchick 




Sam 




Ksiazkiewicz 




Greg Laracy 




JeffMandell 




Austin McEntee 




Mathew 




McWhorter 




Ian Miller 




Mike Mixer 




Marc Neeland 




John Prather 




Richard Reese 




Miles Schreiner 






NAME: Phi Gamma Delta 

CHAPTER: TauUpsilon 

Delta 

FOUNDED: Jefferson 

College, 1848 



SYMBOL: Black Diamond 



COLORS: Royal Purple 
FLOWER: Purple Clematis 




We lost two good 
guys that decided 
not to return to 
Tulane, but overall we have 
benefited from Hurricane 
Katrina. As most of our 
brothers returned from other 
schools they realized what they had been missing out on. The 
overall excitement and involvement in Fiji by all the brothers has 
increased greatly and I feel that being away for a semester has 
brought us all closer and strengthened the brotherhood of Phi 
Gamma Delta at Tulane. 

John Prather, President 



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Phi Kappa Sigma 



NAME: Phi Kappa Sigma 
CHAPTER: Mu 
FOUNDED:University of 
Pennsylvania, 1850 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1858 



COLORS: Black & Old 

Gold 

FLOWER: Yellow 

Chrysanthemum 



President: 
Caleb Trotter 
Vice President: 
Ethan Rosenberg 
Secretary: 
Geoffrey Cover 
Treasurer: 
Adam Hill 

Philanthropy Chair: 
Gleb Medvedev 

Nick Allen 
Frederic Augonnet 
Mike Bauer 
David Bogorad 
Dylan Buffalo 
John Burns 
Ben Carden 
Mike Castle 
Quin Carthane 
Andrew Clerico 
David Coe 
Patrick Corbin 
Ed Dindinger 
Joe Donnelly 
Trevor Dowd 
Kevin Doyle 



Chris Everett 
Matt Farah 
Steve Farkas 
Kris Figueras 
David German 
Dan Gelis 
Ian Haley 
Jeff Hammond 
Mike Herbstman 
Tyler Hernandez 
Jeff Johnson 
Chris Jones 
Kevin Juengst 
Nick Kadick 
Liam Kelly 
Will Kethman 
Alec Kinczewski 
Matt Kristich 
Mike Korona 
David Lee 
Kris Lee 
Clay Lucas 
Jake Madison 
Lee Maniscalco 
Jared McSoley 
Scott Mitchell 
Tim Morris 



Alex Moyle 
Pat Neimeyer 
Jason Noah 
Reade Nossaman 
Tom O'Donohue 
Ryan O'Hara 
Phil Pascucci 
Neil Patel 
Clint Pettit 
Dane Phillip 
Adam Powers 
Graeme Preston 
Lex Putnam 
Mark Reppell 
Kevin Rogers 
Jon Santoro 
Prashant Sastry 
Matt Soja 
Adam Solan 
Sam Suarez 
Eric Thum 
John Tracy 
Paul Turkevich 
Kyle Vrooman 
Blake Wattersworth 



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IIB$ 

Pi Beta Phi 



President: Sheridan 

Lewis 

Vice President 

Member 

Development: 

Casey Clendenin 

VP Fraternity 

Development: 

Leanne Heine 

VP Finance: Kari 

Langholz 

VP Administration: 

Katy Cox 

VP Membership: Erin 

Henry 

VP Communications: 

Lauren Hitt 

VP Philanthropy: Beth 

Thumher- 

VP Event Planning: 

Ally Schaefer 

Justine Beaton 
Michelle Beierle 
Kathryn Black 
Laura Black 
Kimberly Borneman 
Lindsey Boss 
Cat Brackett 
Julia Bruno 
Alison Carlisle 
Raina Challeen 
Diana Childs 
Jordana Civetti 
Durban Clarke 
Ashley Claro 
Heather Cook 
Allison Cox 
Ariel Cross 
Rachel Crotty 
Emily Dargusch 
Dominique 

Donoghoe 
Meredith Durham 
Emily Eaton 
Michelle Eisen 
Mara Fischer 
Amanda Fleischman 
Carrie Fogg 
Jacqueline Friedman 
Lisa Gazley 
Danielle Gill 
Courtney Gillan 
Amanda Gould 
Elizabeth Graham 
Blythe Graham-Jones 
Kristen Guernsey 
Alexandra Hartz 



Sarah Hattier 
Cristina Heffernan 
Stacy Henderson 
Lauren Hendrix 
Kathryn Hiatt 
Anna Hilderbrandt 
Rachel Horvath 
Kristin Howkins 
Carey Jiran 
Sarah Kadetz 
Jessie Karver 
Johanna Kasper 
Paige 

Knappenberger 
Jamie Koenigsberg 
Courtney Krouse 
Rachel Liverman 
Alison Lobban 
Crystal Lumby 
Erica Macedo 
Rachel Manikian 
Emily Manuel 
Christin Markelwitz 
Sarah Marks 
Megan Martin 
Meredith Martin 
Molly Meierhoffer 
Vanessa Michel 
Erica Moody 
Savannah Moon 
Amy Myers 
Nicole Navon 
Lauren Niosi 
Sarah Olim 
Courtney Packard 
Santina Pizzoferrato 
Ashley Porter 
Lee Pratka 
Jennifer Rebuck 
Thanmaya Reddy 
Megan Repine 
Sylvia Robb- 

Malone 
Jennifer Rohrback 
Jenna Rosen 
Emily Rosenberg 
Melinda Rubenstein 
Rachel Sacks- 

Hoppenfeld 
Alexandra Salkeld 
Lindsay Schaefer 
Maggie Scheier 
Antoinette 

Schlapprizzi 
Sarah Secrest 
Lauren Sher 
Jill Simon 




The women of Pi Beta Phi get ready for a night on the town. 



Photo courtesy of Lisa Gazley 



SYMBOL: Arrow 
Colors: Wine and 
Silver Blue 
ADDRESS: 7014 Zimple 



NAME: Pi Beta Phi 
CHAPTER: Alpha 
FOUNDED : 1867 
LOCAL FOUNDING: 1891 



Laura Singer 
Ashley Smith 
Eleanor Stern 
Kathryn Stevens 
Rachel Strom 
Erica Suskin 
Raven Tarpley 
Nicole Tartaro 
Briana Thomson 
Cassen Uphold 
Jessica Vollmer 
Katy Walker 
Donna Ward 
Megan Weinlein 
Laura Weiss 
Alison Wender 
Jessica Wiener 
Keely Williams 
Rooney Wilus 
Claire Yanta 
Jill Zimmerman 






It h i n k 
that the 
events 
of the fall 
have affected 
each chapter 
and chapter 
member 
differently. 
We gained 
a lot of 

perspective being away, and our members came back 
to Tulane appreciative of the chapters throughout the 
country that took our members in, and anxious to utilize 
good ideas they gathered from those chapters. We have 
all worked to do more service projects, especially directly 
in the community, which have given our members a lot 
strong ties to the city we are all proud and excited to 
return home to. 

Sheridan Lewli, President 




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EIKA 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



NAME: Pi Kappa Alpha 
CHAPTER: Eta 
FOUNDED:University of 
Virginia, 1868 



SYMBOL: Fire Truck 
COLORS: Garnet & Gold 
FLOWER: Lily of the valley 
ADDRESS: 824 Broadway St. 



President: 
Michael Piper 
Vice Presidents: 
Sean Flinn 
Summet Mody 
Secretary: 
James Micheals 
Treasurer: 
John Campbell 

Sloane Angell 
Matt Angier 
Russel Barbour 
Jeremy Bendat 
Dan Berliner 
Drew Bernd 
Mikey 

Brangwynne 
Jon Campbell 
Graham Carron 
Brent Cohen 
Brandon Cohen 
Jeremy Cohn 
Mike Collins 
Andrew 

Cunningham 



Sam DeStefano 
Greg Dexter 
Daniel Dobrin 
Tom Donovan 
Kevin Dunn 
Sean Dunne 
Jimmy Findlay 
Sean Flinn 
Sammy 

Fraenkel 
Bobby Garcia 
Preston Gelman 
Scott Goldman 
Jon Good 
Tim Gregor 
Patrick 

Hancock 
Paul Hill 
Ben Hoopes 
Josh Kane 
AJ Katz 
Ben Katz 
Mike Kennis 
Ethan Klipper 
Josh Levinson 
Joe Lorono 



Nick Maddern 
Kurt Maddern 
Ralph Mahana 
Jeremy 

McShane 
Jimmy Michaels 
Bobby Miller 
SumeetMody 
Shaun Mosheim 
Dan Nathel 
Bryan Neiter 
Chase 

O'Mahoney 
Mike Piper 
Jimmy Porter 
Josh Potler 
Bret Richheimer 
Colby Rodman 
Mike Rosenberg 
Aaron Ross 
Craig Rudikott 
Lee Rudin 
Josh Schuster 
Eric Sedransk 
Ravi Shetye 
Mark Smith 



Alberto 

Sottocorno 
Tommy 
Stelmach 
Travis Tillotson 
Chris Tillotson 
Jake Trundle 
Nate Valle 
Steve 

Waldemore 
Michael Walsh 
Rich Williams 
Mark Williams 



We had the most damage out of 
any fraternity or sorority 
house at Tulane (according 
to our insurance company). We sustained 
over $120,000 worth of damage. We had all 
members return to school, and everyone is 




proud to be back. 



, Michael Piper, Pr&dioenL 



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ZAE 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




NAME: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
CHAPTER: TauUpsilon 
FOUNDED: University of 
Alabama, 1856 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1899 



SYMBOL: Pheonix 
COLORS: Purple & Gold 
FLOWER: Fleur de Lis 
ADDRESS: 1200 Broadway 




T] 
t 




Ihe path of 
excess leads 
to the power of 
wisdom. 

I understand that 
the relevance 
to Katrina isn't 
apparent, but 
it was a theme 

for our philanthropy based activities during the 

rebuilding process." 

-Aaron Short, President 

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President: 
Aaron Short 
Vice President: 
Aaron Miller 
TreasurenJohn 
Findlay 
Secretary: 
Cooper Wilson 
Social Chair: 
Daniel Siegel 

Phil Andrews 
Robert Baddour 
Stuart Ball 
Michael Blakely 
Matt Branton 
Mark Bennett 
Wesley Cain 
Chris 

Calderwood 
Jordan 

Chaisson 
Chris 

Charbonnet 
Hunter Craft 
Aaron Denson 
Josh Denson 
Joe Devereux 
Matt Diehr 
Benjamin Earley 
Warren Fair 
David Fenton 
David Frankel 
Joe Garner 
Zachary Garza 
Andy Gelter 
Chris Gismondi 
Peter Glenn 
Matt Gordon 
Matt Graham 
Ian Healy 
Cody Hill 
Thomas Hoover 
Kevin Jacobsen 
Red Jahncke 
Ross Johnson 
Mark Kaufman 
Peter Kilgust 
David Ladd 
Daniel 

Landman 



Alex Lawler 
Zac Levin 
Kyle Levin 
Dan Loch 
Trevor Meeks 
Brennan Moran 
Kyle Nevins 
Britton Nyce 
Matt Outlaw 
Sam Pasquesi 
Matt 

Pennebaker 
Austin Ramsey 
Ramsey Reid 
Andrew Ryba 
Brian Sanders 
Evan Scheele 
Nathan Scott 
Patrick 

Seidensticker 
Eric Siegel 
Jeffrey Sills 
Samuel Skydell 
Preston Smith 
Alex Stern 
Burke Stough 
Alston Walker 
Westbrook 
Weaver 
Taylor Williams 
Matthew 
Woolridge 
Austin 

Zaunbrecher 



IAM 

Sigma Alpha Mu 



NAME: Sigma Alpha Mu SYMBOL: Crest 

CHAPTER: Sigma Gamma COLORS: Purple and White 

FOUNDED: 1909 FLOWER: Purple Aster 



Sigma Alpha Alu is perhaps the oldest fraternity in the history of the United States, 
founded at the College of William and Alary in 1776. The mission of Sigma Alpha Mu is 
to guide each undergraduate member toward a more meaningful life, to prepare members 
for responsible fraternity and community involvement, and to create social and service 
opportunities for its alumni. 



This organization did not provide any intormation and we were unable to gather any 
additional information about the local chapter. We apologize for the inconvenience and 
the partial coverage of this organization. 

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President: 
Cody Adams 

Vice President: 
Marcus Plaisance 

Secretary: 
Kyle Hucke 

Quaester: 
Joseph Corbett 

Magister: 
Joseph Young 

Damian Aufiero 

Brad Beisler 

Johnny 

Bundschuh 

Jerry Burke 

Jordan Butler 

Chris Derison 

Eric Dubs 

David D'Urso 

Zachary Enco 

Ross Fischer 

Rob Ingraham 

Kevin Kush 

Scott Letkeman 

Matt Limback 

Greg Linden 

Josh Luter 

Tony Lyon 

Trevor Lyons 

Stephen Mackey 

Reed Massicot 

Devin McDonald 

Ben Mclntire 

Jesse McManus 

Whit Mills 

Kadhiresan Raja 

Murugappan 

Ryan Nevin 

Coleman Payne 

William Peter 

James Rodgers 

Brian Wisenbaker 



Sigma Chi 

I 




NAME: Sigma Chi 
CHAPTER: Alpha Omicron 

FOUNDED: June 28th, 1855 
LOCAL FOUNDING: May 15th, 
1886 



COLORS: Blue and Gold 
ADDRESS: 918 Broadway 
FLOWER: White Rose 



] he brothers of Sigma Chi were 
disappointed to spend a semester apart 
from ourbeloved school and each 

other, but we are 
delighted to be 
back and doing 
betterthan ever, 
doing anything we 
can to help rebuild 
the great city of 
New Orleans and 
Tulane University. 
Cody Adams, president 




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SAT 

Sigma Delta Tau 




The Seniors of Sigma Delta Tau express their love for the sorority in front of their house. 



Photo courtesy of Julia Vigna 



NAME: Sigma Delta Tau 
CHAPTER: Alpha Iota 
FOUNDING: Cornell 

University, 1917 



SYMBOL: Torch 
COLORS: Cafe au Lait 

and Old Blue 
ADDRESS: 1013 Broadway 




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^atrina affected us all 
differently. During 
he "domestic semester 
broad", as senior Melissa Taylor 
puts it, many girls from Sigma 
Delta Tau evacuated New Orleans 
together and ended up at different 
universities living together. 
Having a sense of sisterhood with us gave lis comfort and 
something to lean on. Upon our return to 1 ulane, there 
was an overwhelming feeling ol excitement to be with each 
other again. We were all finally back in our element, back 
at Tulane.and most importantly back with each other. 
Stephanie Rodenkranz, Predtdenl 



President- 
Stephanie 
Rosenkranz 
Vice President- 
leiah Rouben 
Secretary- 
Jessica Liever 
Treasurer- Catie 
Olgaard 

Catie Albanese 
Megan Balsky 
Anat Belasen 
Whitney Bercek 
Sara Bertrand 
Amanda Blattner 
Amanda 

Borenstein 
Suzanne 

Brancaccio 
Andrea Brown 
Alexandra Bruell 
Meka Buchman 
Tori Burgess 
Lana Butner 
Carolyn 
Campbell 
Alex Campos 
Rachel Carducci 
Maddy Cayton 
Sarah Chiapetta 
Lucia Danford 
Kimber Daulton 
Judith De 

Rouchey 
Emily Desanctis 
Krystal Dry 
Samantha 

Edwardes 
Maille Faughan 
Sandra Feigin 
Michelle Feit 
Julie Fentin 
Lauren Fishbone 
Marissa Florindi 
Ashley Fowkes 
Samantha 

Francucci 
Laura Franzone 
Julianne Frazier 
Chelsea Gilliam 
Bethany 

Goldman 
Serena Gorman 
Molly 

Grossman 
Michelle 

Hepperle 
Cali Hersh 
Anusia Hirsch 
Diane Isaacson 
Malia Jones 
Jacpueline Keller 
Alison Kelly 
Dunia Khaled 
Lauren Kodroff 
Khaldia Khaled 
Halite 

Kirshenbaum 
Rachel Kohn 
Brittany Koole 
Leah Kramer 
Lauren Kublin 



Elizabeth Kurtz 
Ashley Kwiatkowski 
Megan 

• ••• atkowski 
Anna Langeveld 
Stephanie Lazarus 
Erica Lee 
Saro Lieber 
Lauren Lipuma 
Kristina Lou 
Rachel Loup 
Jenny Marc 
Rachel Margules 
Carley Marion 
Morgan Marling 
Aliso Mason 
Vanessa Mastern 
Laura Matthews 
Lauren McBride 
Emily Mcintosh 
Lucy McKenzie 
Laura McLaughlin 
Carli Morris 
Lyndsay Myers 
Christine Nassauer 
Jennifer Nossaman 
Hannah Ogden 
Lindsay Oliver 
Lisa Orenstein 
Christa Osborn 
Michelle Panneton 
Amanda Parker 
Meghan 

Pendegar 
Alison Popper 
Gena Puckett 
Arshia Rossi 
Lydia Rowlings 
Emily Roads 
Michelle 

Rosenberg 
Margo Ross 
Farrah Rothstein 
Claire Rubin 
Leah Sazer- 

Krebbers 
Dana Schwaeber 
Katie Sheerin 
Yevegeniya 

Shukhman 
Lindsay Silver 
Whitney Silverman 
Kathleen Small 
Lindsay Smith 
Andrea Snyder 
Kerianne Spiess 
Wilhelmina Stamps 
Nicole Stephenson 
Rosalie Stevens 
Melissa Taylor 
Nadja Tilstra 
Dana Tobey 
Cristina Toscano 
Meredith Vender 
Julia Vigna 
Kristin Viola 
Christa Volker 
Tierney Walsh 
Jessica Walter 
Walzer.Lauren 
Diana Ward 
Rachel Weingrad 
Sarah Williams 
Natalie Young 



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Sigma Phi Epsilon 




NAME: Sigma Phi Epsilon 
CHAPTER: Alpha 
FOUNDED: November 1,1901 
Richmond College 



LOCAL FOUNDING: 1989 
COLORS: Purple and Red 
ADDRESS: 7220 Zimple St 



Matthew Annese 
Joseph Annotti 
Gil Barzilay 
Eric Bass 
Andrew Belcher 
Richard Bergrin 
Eric Boggs 
Jonathan Bouchlas 
Jonathan Brouk 
Benjamin Brubaker 
Brnadon Calvo 
Franco Caputo 
Samuel Carlin 
Michael Casey 
Trey Coker 
Jonathan Consalvo 
William Dammin 
Jeffery DeLong 



Benedict Dier 
Kevin Dinsmore 
Robert Doss 
Amarit Dulyapalbul 
Brett Eaglstein 
Elliot Fleming 
Jim Falco 
Tyler Goldenberg 
Joshua Gitlitz 
James Grafft 
Brett Greenwell 
Zachery Gumberg 
Jeremy Hall 
Dane Harbaugh 
Scott Haydel 
Eric Hecht 
T.J. Henry 
Adam Himelfarb 



Patrick Hitchins 
Matthew Hurwitz 
Thomas Kaali 
Max Kaplan 
Luke Kay 
Kyle Kogan 
Alex Korn 

Jeffery Kwlatkowski 
Brenden Lally- 
McGurl 
Justin LaPoint 
Eric Lavin 
Ryan Lindauer 
Jared Lou 
Jake Loyd 
Travis Maher 
Zack Matta 
Eric McClam 



Robbier McKeever 
Brian McKenna 
Joe McMenemon 
Sean McSweeney 
Travis Meyer 
Alex Nelson 
Michael Noce 
Keegan O'Brien 
Liam O'Connell 
Tyler Rench 
Luke Richmond 
Adam Roberts 
Michael Sandler 
Daniel Schapiro 
Daniel Shapiro 
Michael Sheerin 
Douglas Shipley 
Michael Shultz 



Jackson Smith 
Bradshaw Spencer 
Matan Steinfeld 
Jonathan Sundberg 
Christopher Tengco 
Siddarth Thakur 
AlexThurner 
T.J. Vose 
Joshua Wang 
Scott Washko 
Paul Weller 
Andy Wuestenfeld 



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The Sigma Phi Epsilon was the first fraternity to charter 
a chapter in all 50 states as well as the first fraternity 
to establish a housing trust for all chapters and create a 
National Housing Corporation. Over the past 20 years, 
SigEp has recruited more men than any other collegiate 
fraternity on the national level. With over 14,000 
undergraduate members, the fraternity stands as the largest 
national fraternity overall — its 225,000 lifetime members 
rank Sigma Phi Epsilon in the top four among national 
fraternities. 

information courtesy of Sigma Phi Epsilon national website 



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Zeta Beta Tau 




NAME: Zeta Beta Tau 



CHAPTER: Sigma 



LOCAL FOUNDING: L909 
COLORS: Naw and Gold 



The main mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity was to build Chapters with the purpose 
of advancing service, charity, truth, justice, wisdom, and brotherhood as ideals to be 
incorporated into daily life. ZBT is the oldest and largest historically Jewish F raternity with 
over 50 years of non-Sectarian Brotherhood. 

information courtesy of Zeta Beta Tau national website 



This organization did not provide any intormation and we were unable to gather any 
additional intormation about the local chapter. We apologize tor the inconvenience and 
the partial coverage ot this organization. 

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Zeta Phi Beta 






Basileus: LeLynda Briggs; 
First Anti-Basileus: Lakethia 
Hampton 



Members ot the Zeta Phi Beta show their pride with 

hand signals on Newcomb Quad during the Activites 

Expo. 

photo courtesy of Zeta Phi Beta 




"atrina has given the members 
of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
greater appreciation for 
what it truly means to be a part of an 
organization that truly does what it can 
to help, not only its fellow members, 
but more importantly those in our 

community. 

LeLynda Briggs, President 



A group of members huddles under 
umbrellas and hoods during Activites 
Expo's inclemant weather, all the 
while remaining proud of their 
organization. 

photo courtesy of Zeta Phi Beta 



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Zeta Psi 

NAME: Zeta Psi 
CHAPTER: Beta Tau 
FOUNDED: New York 
University, 1847 

LOCAL FOUNDING: 1977 



COLORS: White, Gold. 

Black 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

ADDRESS: 716 Broadway 




President: Will Woldenberg 
Vice Presidents: Kevin Whitaker and 
Richard Stirling 
Treasurer: Brian Doran 
Secretary: Tyler Hutcherson 



Although not officially recognized through 
Tulane University, Zeta Psi has been a social 
college fraternity since 1847. They were the first 
fraternity to stretch from coast-to-coast and the 



first international fraternity. The Fraternity's 



goal is to "...turn out into the world self- 
respecting, original-thinking, selt-controlled, 
purposeful gentlemen." 



This organization did not provide any information and we were unable to gather any 
additional information about the local chapter. We apologize for the inconvenience and 
the partial coverage of this organization. 

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Green Wave Spirit 94 

Cbeerleading 96 

Volleyball 98 

Football 100 

Women s Basketball 102 

Men s Basketball 104 

Baseball 106 

Women s Soccer 108 

Clnb Sports 110 







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We were unable to receive information from the following sports: Men's Golf; 
Swimming and Diving; Cross Country; Women's Golf; Men's Tennis; and Women' 
Tennis. We apologize for the incomplete coverage. 



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This year, Tulane fans came out 

in full force. Following Hurricane 

Katrina, students, faculty, alumni, 

and supporters of Tulane showed 

their support for Tulane Athletics. 

During fall semester fans from areas 

where the team was playing would 

come out and show their spirit. 

When spring semester started and 

the games were more accessible to 

students, the crowds filled the stands 

to prove that through changes there 

can be triumph ! 



Now back in New Orleans, more students turn out for 
games and show their spirit at the Men's Basketball 
game versus Memphis University at Fogelman Arena. 

photo courtesy of Jerry Ward 

Fans wave a flag and hold a sign to show that Hurricane 
Katrina did not hold Tulane back at the victorious fall 
Homecoming football game. 

photo courtesy of Mike Stone 




Fans are painted and dressed 

to cheer on the team at the 

football game versus Southern 

Methodist University. The 

team spirit helped the team 

win despite having to play 

fall homecoming away from 

New Orleans due to Hurricane 

Katrina. 

photo courtesy of Mike Stone 




Fans show their spirit with Riptide at 
a Tulane Men's Basketball game 
vs. Memphis University at Fogelman 
Arena. There were always a lot of 
students at these on-campus, more 
accessible games. 

photo courtesy of Jerry Ward 




President Cowen shows his support 
on the field with a football and face 
painting at the Tulane fall football 
homecoming game versus Southern 
Methodist University. 

photo courtesy of Mike Stone 



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Spirit, Spirit 

LET'S HEAR IT! 




Soundwave, the pep band, plays at the Men's Basketball game vs. Memphis University while President Cowen joins the crowd tc 

cheer on the football team playing against SMU. 

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A hullabaloo 

ray, ray 
Hullabaloo 
ray, ray 
Hooray, 
hooray 
Varsa-, Varsa- 

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Green Wave, Green Wave, 

hats off to thee 

Fight, fight, 

fight for our victory 

Shout to the skies our 

Green Wave war cries 

The bravest we'll defy! 

Hold that line 

for Olive and Blue, 

We will cheer for you, 

So Fight! Fight! 
Old Tulane fight on for 
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Roster 








Position 


Height 


Class 


Lindsey Karlin 


L/DS 


5-4 


Soph. 


Sara Radosevic 


OH 


6-1 


Fresh. 


Luna Rebrovic 


S 


5-9 


Fresh. 


Kelli Dickson 


L/S 


5-10 


Senior 


Lauren Boatwrighl 


MB 


6-2 


Fresh. 


Chelsee Hurley 


MB 


6-0 


Junior 


Blair Moon 


OH 


6-0 


Senior 


Jen Under 


MB/RS 


6-0 


Fresh. 


Sara Thorson 


MB/RS 


6-2 


Junior 


Ashley Bernards 


OH 


5-8 


Fresh, i 


Bridget Wells 


OH 


6-3 


Fresh. 


Head Coach: 


Liz Kritza 




Assistant Coaches 


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Momic 






Jenn^ 


/ Frank 




Volunteer Assistant: Ben Creed 




Athletic Trainer: 


Wendy Svoboda 






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Schedule 




Date 


Opponent 


Score 


09/16/05 


Notre Dame 


L 3-0 


09/18/05 


Arizona State 


L 3-1 


09/23/05 


East Carolina 


Postponed 


09/30/05 


Rice 


L 3-0 


10/02/05 


Houston 


L 3-1 


10/07/05 


UTEP 


L 3-0 


10/14/05 


SMU 


L 3-0 


10/16/05 


Tulsa 


L 3-0 


10/21/05 


Southern Miss 


W3-0 


1 0/23/05 


UCF 


L 3-2 


1 0/24/05 


Marshall 


L 3-0 


1 0/28/05 


Houston 


L 3-1 


1 0/30/05 


Rice 


L 3-1 


1 1 /02/05 


UTEP 


L 3-0 


1 1 /04/05 


UAB 


W3-0 


1 1 /06/05 


Memphis 


L 3-1 


11/11/05 


Tulsa 


L 3-1 


11/13/05 


SMU 


L 3-0 


11/17/05 


Rice (C-USA) 


W3-2 


11/18/05 


Tulsa (C-USA) 


W3-2 


11/19/05 


Houston (C-USA) 


L 3-0 




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spirit and determination can trimuph over 

difficult circumstances during a season 

away from New Orleans 





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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Chris Scelfo 

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Frank Scelfo 

Defensive Coordinator Safeties: Eric Schumann 

Linebackers: Garret Chacherc 

Defensive Line: Zo Costanlini 

Assistant Head Coach/Cornerbacks: Bill D'Ottavio 

Running Backs: Greg Davis. Jr. 

Offensive Line: Don Mahoney 

Wide Receivers: Darryl Mason 

Tight Ends Recruiting Coordinator: Brad Smiley 

Graduate Assistant Coaches Bobbj v 

Chino Fontenette (Offense) 

Support Staff 

Video Coordinatoi Will Davis 

Assistant Video Coordinator Will Mulvanej 

Strength and Conditioning Coach Russell Barbarino 

Director of Football Operations: Dennis Polian 

Head Athletic Trainer Wend) Voboda 
Vssistanl Trainers: Justin 1 educ, Todd Lorentson 
Director ol Equipment Operations: Pete M.iglieri 



2005-2006 
Football Roster 

I MM Harding 
2TraBogcr 

3 Chris Dunn 

4 Israel Route 

5 Brandon Spinccr 

mnoo 

8 Letter Ricard 

9 Anthony Scelfo 

10 Ryan Meyers 

I I Anthony Cannon 

1 2 Join Lumar 

13 Fred Smith 

1 4 Carli* Jackson 

1 5 Terrence Petcnon 

16 Scott Elliott 

1 7 Bubba Tcrranova 

1 8 Joe Goosby 

19 Chris Dawson 

19 David Skchan 

20 Bruce You mans 

2 1 Jeremy Foreman 

22 Ray Boudreaux 

23 Ade Tuyo 

24 Damarcus Davis 

25 Matt Fort* 

27 Christian Ducre 

28 Jovon Jackson 

29 Barrett Pepper 

30 Darren Sapp 

31 Sean Lucas 

32 Ryan Bew ley 

33 ACe Foyil 

34 Kirk Bush 
34 Evan Lee 

36 Jacob Hartgroves 

36 James McMurchy 

37 Cary Koch 

38 Cory Sonnier 

38 Louis Thomas 

39 Antonio Mason 

40 O'Lindsey Brown 

40 Ian Miller 

41 Luke Bell 

41 Shane Hannabury 

42 Billy Harrison 

43 Christian Okoye 

43 Michael Sager 

44 Jordan Ellis 

45 Chris Beckman 

46 David Kirksey 

47 Evan Smith 

48 James Dillard 
51 Aryan Barto 

54 Taylor Benin 

55 Joe Traina 

56 Avery Williams 
5" Antonio Harris 
60 Craig Gelhardt 
62 Chris Bordelon 
64 Derek Rogers 

~ael Parenton 
66 Donald Madlock 
68 Chris McGee 

70 Travis Olc\i 

71 Percy Huff 

72 Stan Traina 
74 Scon Holt 

a Rice 
76 John Linda 
"~ Trc>> Kropog 

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80 Justin Kcssler 
S 1 Preston Brown 
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S? Brian King 

■:Clh Guidroi 

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>me Landry 

88 Bobby II 

89 Charles Harris 

90 Alvin Johnson 

91 Craig Morris 
•J2 Rcgjic Scott 
93 Taurean Brown 

• van Carney 
.hael Roberts 
.lian Shoes-Sams 
.haelPureell 
99 Frank Morton 



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All photos courtesy of Tulane Athletics and Donna Turner 




Date 


Opponent 


Score 


11/08/05 


Houston 


W 80-74 


11/14/05 


West Texas A&M 


W 67-61 


11/18/05 


Howard 


W 84-79 


11/25/05 


UTEP 


W 68-63 


12/03/05 


Chicago State 


L 65-64 


12/04/05 


Lehigh 


W 65-64 


12/18/05 


ccsu 


W 72-60 


12/20/05 


LSU 


L 89-60 


12/28/05 


Samford 


L 64-55 


12/29/05 


Toledo 


W 77-67 


01/02/06 


Miami 


W 88-72 


01/06/06 


SMU 


L 78-66 


01/08/06 


Tulsa 


L 70-63 


01/13/06 


UCF 


L 60-52 


01/15/06 


Southern MS 


L 75-60 


01/21/06 


Southeastern LA 


W 69-62 


01/22/06 


Memphis 


W 74-58 


01/27/06 


Houston 


W 61-54 


01/29/06 


Rice 


L 82-69 


02/04/06 


UTEP 


L 59-58 


02/06/06 


UAB 


W 86-84 


02/10/06 


Houston 


W 65-54 


02/12/06 


Rice 


L 68-56 


02/17/06 


Marshall 


W 58-40 


02/19/06 


East Carolina 


W 81-78 


02/24/06 


Tulsa 


L 74-63 


02/26/06 


SMU 


W 71-58 


03/02/06 


UCF (C-USA) 


W 69-52 


03/03/06 


SMU (C-USA) 


L 86-84 







2005-06 Women's Basketball 
Roster 

00 Kendra Barnes 

1 Khadrereil Ferguson 

2 Ashley Langford 

3 Xikki Luckhurst 

1 1 Jami Montagnino 
lH Megan \ ahcevic 
25 I )'Aundra 1 [enry 

Sasha Staidum 

Jennifer Sands 

Dominique Philpots 

Alendra Brown 

ead Coach: Lisa Stockton 
\ssistant Coaches: 

Keltic Kennedy 

Michele Savage 

Monica Mawvel 
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Men's Basketball plays a tough season following the storm 

Opponent Score 



2005-06 Men's Basketball 
Roster 

No. Name Class 

3 Chris Moore Jr. 

5 Donnie Stith So. 

1 1 Ryan Williams Fr. 

20 Andrew Garcia Jr. 

21 David Gomez So. 

22 Kory Castine Jr. 
25 Matt Wheaton So. 
40 Vytas Tatarunas Sr. 

44 Daniel Puckett Fr. 

45 Robinson Louisme So. 
50 Quincy Davis Sr. 

Head Coach: Dave Dickerson 

Assistant Coaches: Benjy Taylor, 
Steve Prohm, Andrew Novick 



Date 

1 1/22/05 New Orleans 

1 1/26/05 Texas A&M 

11/30/05 Butler 

12/02/05 Valparaiso 

12/03/05 Fairfield 

12/07/05 TCU 

12/11/05 SetonHall 

12/19/05 St. Edwards 

12/27/05 Richmond 

12/31/05 New Orleans 

01/03/06 LSU 

01/07/06 Savannah State 

01/11/06 Southern Mississippi 

01/14/06 Rice 

01/18/06 UTEP 

01/21/06 East Carolina 

01/25/06 Houston 

01/28/06 Rice 

02/01/06 SMU 

02/04/06 Marshall 

02/07/06 Loyola (N.O.) 

02/11/06 UCF 

02/15/06 UAB 

02/18/06 Memphis 

02/25/06 East Carolina 

03/01/06 Southern Mississippi 

03/04/06 Tulsa 

03/08/06 Marshall (CUSA) 

03/09/06 Memphis (CUSA) 



W 77-66 
L 83-57 
L 82-61 
L 79-72 
L 80-68 
W 56-52 
L 83-64 
L 91-83 
W 64-41 
L 50-49 
L 75-58 
W 78-60 
L 67-55 
L 60-57 
L 75-47 
W 60-52 
L 82-57 
W 70-53 
W 59-56 
W 61-36. 
W87-41 
L 72-51 
L 87-82 
L 105-65 
W 66-53 
W 50-47 
L 63-59 
W 64-58 
L 75-56 



Tulane teammate Matt Wheaton works 

hard to keep the ball away from his 

Loyola competitors. 

All photos courtesy of Tulane Athletics 





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Coach on the 
sidelines 



Quincy Davis 



Coaches watch 
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cessful in the athletic program 



2006 Baseball Roster 

1 Peter Connick 
2 Tim Guidry 

3 Will Rice 

4 Nate Simon 

5 John Alichael Vidic 

6 Jonny Weiss 

7 Chris Worster 

8 Robbie Whitman 

9 Rustin Rebowe 

1 1 Seth Henry 

13 Cat Everett 

14 Jonathan Garrett 

15 Mark Hamilton 

16 Matt Goebel 

17 Brad Emaus 
19 Daniel Latham 



20 Gra3'den Griener 

2 1 Sean Morgan 

22 Tyler Kimmons 

24 Warren McFadden 

26 Matt Riser 

28 Max Kwan 

29 Blake Walker 

31 Billy Mohl 

32 Jordan Greif 

33 Scott Powell 
34 Stephen Porlier 

35 Aja Barto 

36 Devin Barnett 

37 Nathan Southard 

38 J. R. Crowel 

39 Marc Robert 

40 Trey Martin 



42 Sam Wiley 
43 Nathan Newman 

AA Ty Wallace 
45 Brandon Gomes 

Head Coach: Rick Jones 

Associate Head Coach: Mark 

Kingston 

Assistant Coaches: Chad 

Sutter; Luke Weatherford 



Trey Martin winds up the pitch 

during practice. Varying the 

style and types of balls thrown 

without predictability was a 

learned skill of the Tulane players. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 





Holding a strange pose after the 

ball is thrown, the pitcher waits 

to see where his ball will end 

up. Baseballs often changed 

direction in the air depending on 

angle of pitch, grip on the ball, 

and weather conditions. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 

Some the team stands by the 
dugout fence following practice. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 





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^ark Hamilton runs the bases as 
quickly as he can in an attempt 
o score a point of the Tulane 
3reenwave. 

ihoto courtesy ofTulane Hullabaloo 



The batter waits to swing on the ball until it sits in the 
perfect position. Sometimes it was more advantageous 
to take a ball than get a strike with a wasted attempt at 
an inferior pitch. 

photo courtesy ofTtilane Hullabaloo 




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Pepperdine 


L 1 


Pepperdine 


W9-4 


Pepperdine 


L 


Manhattan 


1. 1-0 


Manhattan 


w 


Manhattan 


W .5-3 


I.M 


L 


Oral Roberta 


\\ 


Oral Roberts 


I. 13-6 


Oral Roberta 


W 9-3 


Xii hulls State 


1. ? 


South Alabama 


\\ 


South Alabama 


1. 8-4 


South Alabama 


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UNO 


W4-3 


Memphis 


L 11-4 


Memphis 


W7-] 


Memphis 


W 10-2 


Jackson State 


\V \A-A 


Rice 


I. 5-1 


Rice 


1. 5-2 


Rice 


I. 9-2 


UNO 


W 19-5 


Houston 


1. - 


Houston 


\V 


Houston 


1. 


Nicholls State 


w 


UCF 


W5-1 


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1. 


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W 


LSI 


w 


Stephen F. Austin 


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Stephen I". Austin 


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Stephen F. Austin 


W 7 


Northuesten State 


w 


I'.ast Carolina 


w 


Carolina 


L 1 


Easl Carolina 


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.NU Neese State 


W ll-o 


Marshal] 


W 3-0 


Marshall 


w 


Marshall 


W2-I 


Southern Misa 


\v 2-1 


Southern Misa 


w 


Southern Misa 


w 


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w 


UAB 


w 


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Marshall 


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Bethune-Cookman 


W 


South Alabama 


W IS- 11 


Mississippi 


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Toni Schlapprizzi and 

Jessica Mendez pull out 

all their moves against 

Southern .Mississippi in 

order to keep the ball away 

in Tulane's possession. 



Two of Tulane's strong 
players double team an I 
opponent from UTEP on 
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Jumping up to head the Courtney Krouse keeps tin.' ball away Irom 

ball, Jackie Obert tries UTEP and works to maintain Tulane control, 

to score a goal tor the All photos courtesy of Kat Stock 
Tulane team. 



2005 Women's Soccer Roster 

No. Name 

1 Megan Morey 

2 Jill Sharp 

3 Sam Holt 

4 Jessie Hrapmann 

5 Leah Peterson 

6 Lauryn Goode 

7 Kali Miller 

8 Lauren Peek 

10 Rachel Thompson 

1 1 Katie Somadelis 

1 2 Courtney Krouse 

13 Jessica Traver 

14 Megan Weinlein 

15 Kathryn Alario 

1 7 Corrie Gurucharri 

1 8 Katie Owen 

1 9 Toni Schlapprizzi 

20 Nicole Freeland 

21 Keisha Kennedy 

22 Jackie OPert 

23 Jessica Mendez 

24 Kristen Tasca 

25 Lauren Whalen 

27 Melissa Saint James 

Head Coach: 

Betsy Anderson (N.C. State. 

1995) 

Assistant Coach: 
Jim Schneiderhahn 
(Benedictine. 1990) 

Assistant Coach: 

Andrea Alfiler (Azusa Pacific, 

2002) 



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Club Sports 

2005-2006 



Information courtesy 

of Autumn Johnson, 

adviser of Club Sports, 

and the individual 

teams 



Ballroom Dancing 

Alisha Reaves-President 








The biggest change would have to be the budget 




Jessie Ippolito-Vice President 


cuts and trying to maintain normal operations 




Courtney Behrent-Treasurer 


using other funds such as dues, etc. We were 




Hermann Alb 


able to successrully enter two of our members in 




Jessica Akande 

Ali Alshakhs 
Nathaniel Berrios 


a local competition despite Katrina. 
-Alisha Reaves 




John Biszko 

Lory Cenac 

Kathyrn Dahlberg 

Julie Eaton 

Don Elbers 
















Our hardest problem after Hurricane Katrina 




Caitrin Hogan 




was recruiting members. However, we recruited 




Tim Jackson 
Jelena Jurlina 
Cynthia King 




a lot of new members and had a lot of returning 
members. We even were able to compete this 




Helmi Leppanen 

Jessica May 
Robert Prescott 




year and two of our members won first place 
in their Tango category (Jessie Ippolito and 




Andrey Skripnikov 
Thomas Watts 
Marlisa White 




Andrey Skripnikov). 
-Courtney Behrent 











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It was difficult for us to 

get new members in the 

club after the storm. We 

were able to advertise 

our club in the dorms, 

and that was a big help 

for us. 

-Adam Shackleton 




Capoeira Angola 

Namdi Brandon 
Jessica Bremner 

Ezra Charles 
Kimber Daulton 

Jonah Faust 

Alberto Flamin 

Annie Gibson 

Phillip Glotser 

Forest Graham 

Maxwell Gruber 

Nathalie Hendleman 

Ben Johnson 

Aaron Lorenz 

Alison McCrary 

Andy Menking 

Ronald Nowak 

Adam Shackleton 

Caroline Snyder 

Hiro Toiya 

James Velasquez 

Cavin Ward-Caviness 



We received no information from the 








following 


club 


sports: 

Cricket 

Equestrian 

Fencing 

Golf 

Gymnastics 

Ice Hockey 

Judo 

Karate 

Men's Rugby 

Men's Soccer 

Men's Ultimate 


FYisbee 


Martial Arts 
Racquetball 
Rowing 
SCUBA 
Volleyball 
Women's Lacrosse 
Water Polo 
Wrestling 










On behalf of the Tulane Jambalava Yearbook staff, 


we apologize for the 






incomplete coverage. 


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Directly before 
Hurricane Katrina 
Tulane Dodgeball 
change in president 
originally formed three years 

The new president was nothing compared to the 

founder and one true leader of the Dodgeball 

Club, who shall only be known as "the" Chuck 

Taylor. I can't wait until Chuck is back next year 

even if he is only going to be a common member 

instead of President. 



1 shall the prophecy come true to 
Dodgeball Club from IMPENDING 
DOOM! ! ! 



-Jeff Richman 





Dodgeball 

Michael Bardwell 

Joe Bates 

Russell Berris 

Scott Bryan (Treasurer) 

Robert Dolin 

Oliver Doolin 

Lenny Eskin 

Koda Gashy 

Randy Haire 

Josh Hanson 

Brian Hardy 

Grady Hardy 

Qumay Hilliam 

Jennifer Hodges 

Chris Holdgel 

Max Kaplan 

Marina Laczkowski (Vice-President) 

Bryan Lieberman 

Brian Lorenzen (Secretary) 

Greg Mulligan 

Jace Myers 

Rhonda Nelron 

Kenji Okochi 

Alex Pappas 

Jason Philips 

Jeffrey Richman (President) 

Neil Rick 

Matt Russomano 

Joe Semmes 

Robert Semmes 

Stephen Trinh 

Blake Watterworth 

Sloan Yadley 



Field Hockey 

Tessa Arbani 

Candice Chen 

Kelsey Eagle 

Julie Eaton 

Shannon Farrell 

Sandy Feigin 

Audrey Fort 

Grace Gerald 

Laura Jarvis 

Leah Kramer 

Sarah Larsen 

Kathryn Rossbach 



The Field Hockey Club was affected by 

Hurricane Katrina becuase -we did not 

have as many opportunities to travel and play in 

local college tournaments. 

During the spring semester we traveled to South 

Carolina and played in a 

tournament hosted by College of Charleston. 

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Men's Lacrosse 



Jerry Burke 

Brett Chalke 

Brett Eaglestein 

Ben Earley 

Dave Emmel 

Scott Eskildsen 

Andrew Gibson 

Phil Glorieux 

Dan Green 

Paul Hill 

Nick Kadick 

Ben Katz 

Jared Lou 

Sam Muhs 

Alex Nelson 

Kyle Nevins 

Kevin Plominski 

Adam Porter 

Brian Sanders 

Joe Schwartz 

Andy Spiel 
Jon Warkentin 



The itam poses for a group shot following a 

match. 

photo courtesy of Ford Dicth 



Two team members work on their defensive 
maneuvers in their tournment game, 
photo courtesy of Tulanc Lacrosse 



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Chris Bjork 


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jr We lost a \ 


Chris Halbrooks 
Carol Jackson 


g substantial amount \ 


Michelle Maurin 


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Kelly McCullough 


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Chris Nettles 
f Megan Newhouse 


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Valerie Piet 




Joel Simon 


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I we lost any players ^ 

* due to the hurricane, * 

» but it did cut out a » 

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^ We missed tournaments and -, 

% matches and a big . 

recruiting opportunity. 

^ -Rachel Patton ^ 



Women's Rugby 



Amanda Bearl 

Sarah Blackwell 

Ellen Bull 

Nissa Clark 

Emily Foster 

Christine Fulton 

Hayley Gallagher 

Carrie Johnson 

Becky Linn 

Christi Lloyd 

Amanda Mahnke 

Courtney Patterson 

Rachel Patton 

Anne Roberts 

Samantha Sanacore 

Coaches 

Eric Liddick 
Aaron Johnson 



The girls lift one of their teammates in order 

to catch the ball being thrown from the 

scrumhalf. Such a technique was unique to 

rugby while others, like tackling, were seen in 

other sports as well. 

photo courtesy of Corey Fredericks 




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Running Club 




Emily Beasley 


^r^~^^^^^ — ^-x^ 


Amy Bobinsky 


/^ Like many clubs, the runner's club "^-^ 
/J was up and running for the spring of 2006, \. 


Katie Bondani 
Brieanne Darragh 


j but with limited numbers. S. 


Shannon Farrell 


C X 


Rebecca Gusewelle 


J Katrina whipped out a lot of the city and with it went the j 


Jillian Herschlag 


) organizers for many of our typical, and most favorite races. j 


Andrew Katz 


) ) 


Danielle LaRock 


) However, we still were able to post runners ) 


Chris McAndrew 


| for the Mardi Gras Marathon festivities ) 

\^ (5k and half-marathon runners), / 

\ the Run Through History in Metairie, r 

s and the Crescent City Classic. ^ 


Nicole McGinn 
Josh Phelan 
Valerie Piet 


"""V.^ -Chris McAndrew __^— f 





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Men's Soccer 



Satoshi Arahata 
Matt Comeaux 

Joe Conley 

Patrick Corbin 

Caleb Dance 

Gabe Fette 

Chris Harty 

Yutaka Hitomi 

David Lee 

Matt Namy 

Brett Pettit 

Kevin Rogers 

Nate Scott 

Rob Smith 

John Tracy 

Paul Turkevich 

Ben Wasserman 









The most challenging thing 

that we had to deal with 

was the lack of practice space. 

Because the field behind Reily was 

"contaminated", 

we couldn't practice there. 

Practicing during the day was difficult 
because many people had class or stuff to 

do. 

-Paul Turkevich . 







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The Sailing Club during the Lagniappe 
semester poses on the docks for a group 
photograph. Although not everyone was 
represented during the summer months, most 
ol the club's members remained on campus. 



The Tulane Sailing Club gets out on the 
water and lests their skills with their sails 
emblazoned with the Tulane "T" in olive 
green, proudly representing the university 
during the SEISA championship. 
photo councs) ot'Tnpp Burd 



Sailing Club 

Max Berde 

Kimmie Bordeaux 

Guy Brierre 

Tripp Burd 

Lauren Chinault 

Robbie DiBenedetto 

Eric Dubs 

Daniel Haber 

Pat Hitchins 

Tim Hull 

Peter Johnson 

Jimmy Mersereau 

Evelyn Owens 

Reeves Price 

Katherine Quayhagen 

Emmett Smith 

George Spence 

Amy Sticklor 

Moe Wolfe 



Our 

major 

challenge was to 

rebuild the team, starting 

from the ground up. Our entire 

facility and all eguipment was destroyed. 

so it's amazing that we were able to 

make it back out on the water in the 

spring. Our team overcame this 

hurdle and was able to host two 

^district events, including the SEISA^ 

spring championship. 

-Tripp Burd 



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Swimming Club 




Kayla Bronder 
Victor Brummer 
Chelsea Butts 
Lizzie Diamond 
Steve Downing 
Shannon Farrell 
Philip Fontenot 
David Fralinger 
Chelsea Gilliam 
Corrie Gurucharri 
Rebecca Harry 

Lee Hew 

Kelly Holmes 

Rachel Horvath 

Katie Jacobowski 

Joe Kramer 

Thomas Krouse 

Laura Lightbody 

Rebecca Lipinski 

Andrew Locke 

Elliott McGrath 

Stephen Ortego 

Victoria Panetta 

Lindsay Peglar 

Alison Proctor 

Gillian Rich 

Ashlee Riden 

Brian Robeson 

Kathryn Rossbach 

Katrina Rossos 

Emily Ruppel 

Jen Sanders 

Jordan Sangerman 

Emily Sperber 

Scott Steiner 

Rachel Strom 

Katherine Ward 

Blake Watterworth 




The Swimming Club poses for a group 

shot outside of the swimming pool at 

the 2006 East Coast Championships. 

Despite having lacked a swimming 

pool on Tulane's campus all spring 

semester due to Hurricane Katrina, the 

club was able to successfully prepare 

by using Loyola University's pool to 

practice. 

photos courtesy of Lee Hew 



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\ I fell the biggest change to club sports was trying to get everyone involved ^ 

like they were in the past. Attendance was low for Tennis during 

\ the year, but I feel the people who did show did a great job 

\ of making the best out of a bad situation. / 

\ With most of the Division 1 sports being canceled, ^ 

\_ including tennis, it put a real damper on the mood of most / 

\ of the athletes on campus. / 

\ The ones with real devotion to their respective / 

\ club sports really did a good job to J 

\ i • / 

\ support their team. / 

^ I am hoping for another great year i 
\ for Club Tennis / 



as well as all the other 
club sports 

for the 
upcoming 
i semesters. 



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Men's Tennis 

Jake Alter 
Kristen Decker 

Wesley Ho 

Lyle LeBlang 

Michael Luxenberg 

Danielle Plafsky 

Ryan Rush 

Kevin Sutherland 

Matt Waldman 




Trying to stay warm, the women huddle 
together at the Mud Bowl in Talladega. 
Alabama. 

photo courtesy of Cnmiclln Vy/m 

Leaping up for an amazing save, a 
member of the Tulane team makes an 
important catch during the Savage 7 
tournament in Baton Rouge. Louisiana. 

photo courtesy of Camwlla Vita 



Women's 
Ultimate Frisbee 



Amanda Bourgeois 

Megan Grigas 

Jenell Katheiser 

Renata Maniaci 

Jacqueline Nelson 

Lindsey ReaJmuto 

Carmella Yizza 

Jennifer Weaver 

Katie WinterbotTom 



We did not have a - 

* large team due to the » 
g hurricane. It was extremely % 

hard to recruit new players, 

f especially when the Activities \ 

t Expo got rained out. ^ 

» Instead we tried to recruit by posting up * 

% Byers about Lagniappe practices M 

and by getting our triends 

\ to join. f 

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CHEMISTRY 
CHAPIN. SC 

EILEEN LINNABERY 
PSYCHOLOGY 
BOCA RATON. FL 

CHAO-TING LIU 
PSYCHOLOGY 
NEW ORLEANS. LA 

RONALD LOMPARD 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 
METAIRIE. LA 

JOHN LONDON 

MATHEMATICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE 

SHREVEPORT. LA 

LEWIS LOWE 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 
HUGANSVILLE. GA 

SIDNEY CLARA LOWREY 

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES & INTERNATIONAL DEVROP- 

MENT 

KANSAS CITY. MO 

ABIGAIL LUKASH 
SOCIOLOGY 
GREAT NECK. NY 

CRYSTAL LUMBY 
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 
RICHARDSON. TX 

MICHAEL LUNDAHL 

MUSIC 

BOWIE. MD 

CRISTIANA LUPULESCU 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 
TROY. NY 

PAUL LUX 
MARKETING 
ST LOUIS. MO 

JOHNNY MACUS 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 
BATON ROUGE. LA 

CHERYL MAGEE 
PARALEGAL STUDIES 
NEW ORLEANS. LA 

NORA MAGLEBY 
COMMUNICATION 
DIX HILLS. NY 

RACHEL LEE MANIKIAN 
PSYCHOLOGY 
ATKINSON. NH 



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CHRISTIN MARKELWITZ 
SOCIOLOGY 

MOORESTOWN, NJ 

LAUREN MARTIN 

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY 

ORANGE PARK. FL 

RYAN MARTIN 

MARKETING & MANAGEMENT 

MANDEVILLE, LA 

FRANCESCA B MATTHEWS 

ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 

KENNER, LA 

PAUL MATTHEWS 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

METAIRIE, LA 

RAJA MAWAD 

MANAGEMENT & LEGAL STUDIES 

HOUSTON, TX 

KYLE MAY 

FINANCE & MANAGEMENT 

TUSCALOOSA, AL 

MARKETHY MCCLELLAN 

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 

METAIRIE, LA 

MEGHAAM MCELROY 

HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BERWICK, LA 

KAYLA MCGLOIN 

NEUROSCIENCE 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 

ASHLEY MCGOWAN 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

PEORIA, IL 

AARON MELCHIZEDEK 

HISTORY 

STRATFORD, CT 

PAUL MEYERS 

HISTORY & ENGLISH 

EVANSTON, IL 

ELISABETH MICHELINI 

ENGLISH & HISTORY 

PORT ORANGE, FL 

CHRYSSI MIKUS 

MARKETING & MANAGEMENT 

ST LOUIS, MO 

JOSHUA MILLAN 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 

ELIZABETH MILLER 

HISTORY 

JEFFERSON, LA 

AMANDA MILLS 

MARKETING & MANAGEMENT 

CALABASAS, CA 

AMANDA MINTZ 

PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY 

OLD BETHPAGE, NY 

SHIRELL CAIRE MORGAN 

ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 

LESLIE MOSES 

PSYCHOLOGY 

DALLAS, TX 

MICHAEL MOVSHOVICH 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

NEW YORK, NY 

MARIAH MUEHLMAN 

PSYCHOLOGY 

MT VERNON, WA 

JENNIFER MUNSON 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & NEUROSCIENCE 

MARIETTA, GA 







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NAVYA NAIR 

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

METAIRIE. LA 

JENNIFER NEAR 

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
CENTER HARBOR. NH 

KEVIN NECAS 

FINANCE & LEGAL STUDIES 

COLUMBIA. MO 

CLIFFORD NELSON 
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY 
MOBILE, AL 

JACQUELINE NELSON 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
RESEDA. CA 

ROBYN NEWMAN 
DIGITAL DESIGN 
TOTOWA. NJ 

HONG NGUYEN 
MANAGEMENT 
MARRERO. LA 

LINDA NGUYEN 

ENGLISH & POLITICAL SCIENCE 

RIVER RIDGE. LA 

TRAVIS NIEDOSIK 
COMPUTER ENGINEERING 
MORRISTOWN. PA 

ANGELA NIKAS 
ACCOUNTING 
MOBILE. AL 

KATHARINE NOBES 
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 
NEW ORLEANS. LA 

NATHANIEL NOVAK 
ART HISTORY 
SAG HARBOR. NY 

ABIGAIL OBRIEN 
FINANCE & ACCOUNTING 
NEW ORLEANS. LA 

NEGHAN OCONNELL 
NEUROSCIENCE 
MIAMI. FL 

ASHTON OLDENDORF 
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 
METAIRIE. LA 

ROBERT CLAY OLIVER 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 
RICHMOND. VA 

REBECCA OSTRICH 
PSYCHOLOGY & FRENCH 
STATE COLLEGE, PA 

KORI OUNJIAN 

MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION 

DERAY BEACH. FL 

CASSANDRA PACE 
LINGUISTICS 
RESTON. VA 

DEBRAJ PANDAY 



MEGHA PANDIT 
PSYCHOLOGY 
NEW ORLEANS. LA 

ALEXANDER PAPPAS 
NEUROSCIENCE 
SOUTH BARRINGTON. IL 

AARON PAROLA 
BUSINESS 
DEXTER. ME 

KENNETH PARR1SH 
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 
ORLANDO FL 



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Carolyn Pauker 

Neuroscience 

Princeton Junction, NJ 

Alexander Paulos 

Economics & Asian Studies 

Beverly Hills. CA 

Jacqueline Peacock 

Neuroscience 

New Orleans, LA 

Graciano Petersen 

Cell Biology & Spanish 

Kissimmee, FL 

Stephanie Philis 

History & Political Science & Classics 

Port Washington, NY 

Alexandra Pichette 

English 

Belmont, MA 

Lindsay Pick 

Psychology 

New Orleans, LA 

Terrance Pitre 

Media Arts 

River Ridge, LA 

Jason Polchinski 

Cell & Molecular Biology 

Staten Island, NY 

Caroline Poiitz 

Marketing 

Shreveport, LA 

Justin Pomerantz 

Communication 

Deer Park, NY 

Craig Porges 

Philosophy 

Parkland, FL 

Anthony Radler 

Mechanical Engineering 

Wichita, KS 

Sanmati Rao 

Neuroscience & French 

Baton Rouge, LA 

Julia Rautbard 

Theatre 

Latvia 

Jennifer Rebuck 

Art History & Classics 

Moorestown, NJ 

Sara Redahan 

Psychology 

Petaluma, CA 

Rachel Redmann 

Biomedical Engineering 

Mandeville, LA 

Mark Reeves 

Political Science 

Denver, CO 

Ariana Reid 

Women's Studies 

Ossining, NY 

Sarah Reisberg 

Psychology 

New Orleans, LA 

Sebastian Rieck 

Cell & Molecular Biology 

Mobile, AL 

James Ringo 

Finance 

Lexington, KY 

Victoria Roberts-Roth 
Management 
Flemington, NJ 




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Rebecca Robertson 
Media Arts 
Melairie. LA 

Brandy Robinson 
Social Sciences 
Gretna. LA 

Lashanda Robinson 
Social Sciences 
New Orleans. LA 

Meredith Robinson 
Finance 
Piano. TX 

Leora Rockowitz 
English 
Scarsdale. NY 

Jarel Rodney 
Business Management 
New Orleans. LA 

Taylor Romero 

Cell Biology & History 

St. Martinville. LA 

Adam Ross 
Management 
Leawood, KS 

Blake Roter 

Political Science & History 

Northbrook. IL 

Scott Rowley 
Biomedical Engineering 
Seattle. WA 

Suzanne Ryan 
Finance & Marketing 
Skokie. IL 

Robert Nevin Ryan III 
Electrical Engineering 
Alamo. CA 

Melissa Salomon 
Anthropology & Sociology 
Mentor. OH 

Jordan Sangerman 
Biomedical Engineering 
Miami. FL 

Nina Santa Marina 
Social Sciences 
LaPlace, LA 

Kimbur Santacruze 

Organizational Information Technology 

LaPlace. LA 

Ryan Schimmel 
Marketing 
Dix Hills. NY 

Elizabeth Schonwald 
Latin American Studies 
Oklahoma City. OK 

Megan Schuler 
Mathematics 
Columbia. SC 

Zachary Schulman 
Philosophy 
New York. NY 

Cathryn Schuster 
Mathematics 8. Physics 
Gulf Breeze. FL 

Lara Schuster 
Psychology & Classics 
Marietta. GA 

Joseph Schwartz 
Marketing & Management 
Livingston. NJ 

Lindsay Scott 
Business 
Far Hills. NJ 



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Michelle Secor 

Accounting & Legal Studies 

San Rafael. CA 

Daniel Shapiro 

Mechanical Engineering 

Longmeadow, MA 

Andrew Shea 

English 

Buffalo, NY 

Daniel Shedd 

Political Science & History 

Albuquerque, NM 

Kathleen Shepardson 

Psychology & Sociology 

Metairie, LA 

Arynne Beth Sherouse 

English 

Yigo, Guam 

Taft Sibley 

Marketing 

Miami, FL 

Christopher Sigley 

Electrical Engineering 

Weatherford, TX 

David Silver 

Finance & Accounting 

Richboro, PA 

Lindsay Silver 

Psychology 

Marietta, GA 

Keenan Simmons 

Finance & Information Systems 

Cincinnati, OH 

Tabitha Sinclair 

Psychology & Sociology 

Pueblo, CO 

Joshua Singer 

Marketing & Management 

New York, NY 

Hochi Sit 

Biomedical Engineering 

New Orleans, LA 

Christina Smith 

Management 

Sterling, VA 

Dana Ann Smith 

Paralegal Studies 

Destin, FL 

Jamie Smith 

Management 

Los Angeles, CA 

Kimberly Smith 

Computer Science 

North Haven, CT 

Ryan Soroka 

Finance & Marketing 

Houston, TX 

Evan Sparks 

Political Science 

Seattle, WA 

Joannie Sparks 

Human Resources 

Harvey, LA 

Brian Speerly 

Computer Info Systems 

Adisonville, LA 

Ross Speier 

Business & Legal Studies 

Boca Raton, FL 

Bradshaw Spencer 

Business 

Sudbury, MA 




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Claudia St. Marie 
Computer Into Systems 
Gretna. LA 

Gregory Starr 

Theatre 8. Neuroscience 

Scottsdaie. AZ 

Lauren Starrett 
international Relations 
Golden. CO 

Adam Stephens 

Physics 

Baton Rouge. LA 

Angel Sterling 

Organizational Information Technology 

New Orleans. LA 

Cheryl E. Sterling 

Organizational Information Technology 

New Orleans. LA 

Tiffany Stewart 
Classical Studies 
New Orleans. LA 

Darion Stofira 
Mathematics 
Sulphur. LA 

Cleveland Story 
History 
Norfolk. VA 

Stephanie Straus 
Sociology 
Ocean. NJ 

John Stretcher 

Business 

Port Neches. TX 

Elizabeth Studwell 
Philosophy & Dance 
White Plains. NY 

Benjamin C. Sullivan 
Finance & Legal Studies 
East Hanover. NJ 

Lori Supsic 

Marketing & Finance 
Laurel. MD 

(Catherine Tek 
French 
Nashville. TN 

Amy Thienel 
Psychology 
Columbia. MD 

Matthew Thrasher 
Islamic Middle East Studies 
Washington, OH 

Andrew Towbin 
History 
Memphis. TN 

Spencer W. Tracy 
Political Science 
Diamondhead. MS 

Jill Ulicny 
Psychology 

Marietta. Ga 

Leanne Volenti 
Political Science 
Kingwood. TX 

Hermininio Vargas 

Organizational infomation Technology 

New Orleans. LA 

Julia Vigna 
Psychology 
New Orleans. LA 

Alison Villemorerte 
Finance 8. Marketing 
Meta'm'e. la 



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Richard Vogt 

French & History 

Metairie, LA 

Dylan Wade 

Philosophy 

Baton Rouge, LA 

Germaine Walker 
Paralegal Studies 
New Orleans. LA 

Katharine Waller 

Art History & Anthropology 

Hilton Head. SC 

Andrea Weinberg 

Political Science 

Roswell, GA 

Rachel Weingrad 
Environmental Biology & Environmental Policy 

Miami, FL 

Jewelyn Wellborn 
Political Science & International Development 

Littleton, CO 

Jennifer Wells 

Classical Studies 

Kitty Hawk, NC 

Matthew Wesley 

Computer Science 

Charlotte, NC 

Richard Westerfield 

Political Science & History 

Tampa, FL 

Ross Wichard 

History 

Huntington, NY 

Chloe Wicks 

Sculpture & Glass 

New Orleans, LA 

Alisa Wilczynski 

Neuroscience 

New Orleans, LA 

Kendra Wilson-Hudson 

Media Arts 

New Orleans, LA 

Daniel Wiltshire 

History 

Kennebunkport, ME 

Heather Woller 

Political Science & International Relations 

Decatur. IL 

Jennifer Womack 

Psychology & English 

Dallas, TX 

Robin Womack 

Chemical Engineering 

Belle Chasse. LA 

William Wyatt 
Political Science 
New Orleans, LA 

Richard Sloan Yadley 

Finance & Management 

Tampa Bay, FL 

Colin Young 

Physics & Mathematics 

New Orleans, LA 

Mark Zagar 

Electrical Engineering 

Maplewood, NJ 

Rachel Zegas 
History & Psychology 
New Providence, NJ 

Adrienne Zeisloft 

Paralegal Studies 

Gretna, LA 




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Xin Zhong 
Biology 
Kenner. LA 



Graduate 

and Professional Students 




Zineb Afify 
Admiralty Law 
New Orleans. LA 

Ayokunle Ajayi 
Environmental Law 
Nigeria 

Belinda Alexandrenko 
International Health 
Lafayette. LA 

Noe Alvarez 

Law 

New Orleans. LA 

Ayana S. Andrews-Joseph 

Epidemiology 

New Orleans. LA 

Mohammad Ansari 
Architecture 
New Orleans. LA 

Anthony Antella 

Health Systems Management 

Norwalk. CT 

Timothy Banden 
Law 
Gulfport. MS 

Costin Barbu 
Computer Science 
Hattiesburg, MS 

Jill Berger 
Civil Law 
Metairie. LA 

Erin Bertschy 
Public Health 
New Orleans. LA 

Jacqueline Bkettner 

Law 

New Orleans. LA 

Alexandra Bolanis 
Sports Law 
New Orleans. LA 

Zachary Brennan 
Architecture 
South Freeport. ME 

Jennifer Brunet 
Architecture 
Gretna. LA 

Neily Buff 

Management & Finance 
New Orleans. LA 

Anna Burghardt 

Law 

New Orleans. LA 

Natalia Camacho 

Law 

New Orleans. LA 

Rose Caro- 

Latin American Studies 

East Berne 

Too Chen 
Economics 
Gainesville. FL 



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One of the main events at the 

Wave Goodbye party is free 

food and lots of it— with local 

New Orleans favorites like 

pulled pork to snoballs. 




Even children are entertained 
at the party with clowns and 
face painting at a children's 
booth just for their amuse- 
ment while the parents meet 
their children's friends. 



Graduates and their proud 
parents mill around into the 
early hours of the night cel- 
ebrating their achievements. 



Charmaine Neville sings 

to a crowd of hundreds of 

parents and students on 

the Gibson Quad. 

All photos courtesy of Paula Burch 




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Po You Knew 
What It NUmk? 



I u lane's \\'a\ - e Goodbye party help* graduates let go 
of college hie and move on to their future successes 



On the Friday afternoon 

before Commencement, 

the Wave Goodbye party 

was held on the academic 

quad on Tulane's uptown 

campus. Parents, family 

members and students 

gathered to share their 

memories of their time at 

Tulane and prepare for 

their momentous walk 

across the stage the next 

morning. 

Charmaine Neville and her band 
perform on a specially-crafted 
stage in the academic quad 
during the Wave Goodbye party. 
Local New Orleans jazz seemed 
the perfect send-off for the class 
that overcame all odds to reach 
graduation day. 



I he fields were covered 
with blue tents, under 
each a different culinary 

treat — something to re- 
member New Orleans 
by. .Along with the 
seemingly endless food, 
the party was marked by 
Charmaine Neville and 
her band serenading the 
crowd with her tune? long 
into the evening. 

I he party began to 
dwindle as parents and 
students returned home 
to sleep and prepare tor 
the walk into their future 
the following morning. 




A special banner stands at the Guests sit and stand across Gibson 

front of the quad where security quad as the sun sets, listening to 

took tickets for the event, prevent- Charmaine Neville's serenades, 
ing any unexpected guests from 
attending. 



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Edward Morse, the University Marshal, leads the 
procession of graduates followed by the traditional 

bagpipe players. 

photos courtesy of Paula Burch 



Guide to the Gonfalon Colors 


:Tulane College 


White 


Newcomb College 


Pale Blue 


University College 


Peacock 




Blue 


School of Architecture 


Brown 


School of Engineering 


Orange 


A.B. Freeman School of Business 


Drab 


School of Law 


Purple 


School of Medicine 


Green 


School of Public Health & 


Salmon 


Tropical Medicine 




'School of Social Work 


Citron 


Graduate School 


Yellow 


Faculty 


Black 






The Class of 2006 Speaker Casey Haugner, an M.B.A. candidate, gives her final 
words to her class while former Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush and President 

Scott Cowen look on politely. 



photos courtesy of Paula Burch 



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Tulane graduates a famous senior class despite struggles after the storm 



It's Our Home, Louisiana 

Words and Music by Jep Epstein 

The fire bright 

The lights are on again 

Graceful trees tell quiet tales 

And you remember them 

All our dreams and hope are 

shared 

Smiles bring other smiles 

Neighbors, friends and family join 

together we survive 

This is our love, 

This is our life, 

This is our home, Louisiana. 

This is our day. 

Come what may; this is our home. 

A breaking dawn; a tender morn; 
A canvas we design. 
A band parades; a jester laughs. 
We share momentous time. 
All our hopes flow back to you; 




Jep Epstein performs 
Ins original Ming "It s 
Our Home. Louisiana" 
as .1 tribute to the trials 
anil tribulations ol the 
Gull Coast region post- 
K.itrina. 
photo courtesy of Paula Burch 



The music plays in time; 

The river carves in majesty; 

Together we survive. 

This is our love. 

This is our life. 

This is our home. Louisiana. 

This is our day. 

Come what may: this is our home 

Church bells ring, the children sing: 
My sunshine you are mine. 
Hello old friends. I knew you well: 
Together we'll unwind. 
All our prayers mean no good now 
May all our work be pure. 
May we be thankful once again. 
Together we endure. 
This is our love, 
This is our life. 

This is our home. Louisiana. 
This is our day. 

Come what may: this is our home 

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"...The greatest 

disappointments are 

the absence of passion, 

commitment and effort." 

-Bill Clinton 



"It has been said that 

diversity doesn't test your 

character, it reveals it." 

~ George Bush 



Wanda Rouzan sings "Do You 

Know What It Means to Miss New 

Orleans" by Alter and DeLange 

accompanied by Dr. White's 

Jazz Band. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 




Brian Bell from the School of En- 
gineering sings the Alma Mater 
just before the sending forth by 
the President and the celebra- 
tion could begin. 

photos courtesy of Paula Burch 



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en DeGeneres surprises the crowd with her unexpected appear- 
ice near the end of the ceremony. 



Dr. Michael White's Original Liberty Jazz Band plays a jazz number 
for the new graduates to dance out of the stadium to. Tulane's 
graduation was more of a celebration than just a formal cer- 
emony. 

photos courtesy of Paula Burch 




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"You're a very famous 
graduating class....ifs 
quite an experience 
that will form you 
wold you, shape you, 
and suddenly youVe 

jello: 

"Hydrate, exfoliate, 

moisturize, exercise 

and floss." 

"Ellen Pegeneres 




"Why do I say that? Because 
I know what it means to be a 
lew Orleanian and I know what 

it means to be aTulanian!' 
-Scott Cowen 



no courtesy of Paula Burch 



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Undergraduate Portraits 146 



School of Architecture 148 



A. B. Freeman School of Bud inedd 150 



Elmwood and Biloxi Camp used 152 



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School of Engineering 154 



s Graduate School) and University College 156 






Law School 158 



Medical School 160 



Newcomb and Tulane Colleges 162 



School of Public Health/Social Work 164 
Lagniappe Semester 166 









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RIDHA AL ABBAS 

Junior- CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

NEW ORLEANS. LA 

JESSICA AUSTIN 

Junior- PSYCHOLOGY 

SAVANNAH. TN 

BRUCE BARBON 

Junior- CELL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 

PENSACOLA. FL 

VERONICA BESKIN 

Junior- VOCAL PREFORMANCE 

ATLANTA. GA 

ALEXANDER BISSELL 
Junior- POLITICAL SCIENCE & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES 

NASHVILLE. TN 

KATHRYN BONDANI 

Junior- NEUROSCIENCE 

LORDOVA, TN 

LORY CENAC 

Junior- FINANCE 

KENNER, LA 

ALAN DAVIS 
Junior- ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 

NEW ORLEANS. LA 

FRANCES HENDERSON 

Junior- PUBLIC RELATIONS & HISTORY 

WESTWEGO. LA 

HANNAH HUMPHREY 

Junior- ANTHROPOLOGY 

TULSA, OK 

NICOLE KOTLER 

Junior- BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 

HUNTINGTON. NY 

DAVID LEE 

Junior- PUBLIC RELATIONS 

PICAYUME, MS 

JOHANNA OSTRICH 

Junior- ENGLISH & GERMAN 

STATE COLLEGE. PA 

MARY ROCHE 

Junior- ART HISTORY 

SHREVEPORT. LA 

DENA WILTZ 

Junior- BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

LAKE CHARLES, LA 

LAURA CHRISTENSEN 

Sophomore- ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

NEW ORLEANS. LA 

ALEXIS LEDAY 

Sophomore- BIOLOGY 

LAKE CHARLES, LA 

ANNA MINK1NOW 

Sophomore- ENGLISH & GERMAN 

MADISON, AL 

RAEANNA POPLUS 

Sophomore- BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

DESTREHAN, LA 

KAREN REED 

Sophomore- FRENCH 

ARRADA, CO 




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HARLAN SCHWARTZ 
Sophomore - finance 
NEW ORLEANS. LA 

JENNIFER SMITH 

THEATRE 8.BSECONDARY EDUCATION 

BETTENDORF. IA 

MICHAEL ARMBRUSTER 

Freshman- BIOCHEMISTRY & BUSINESS 

PALM CITY. FL 

AMANDA BOURGEOIS 
Freshman- UNDECIDED 
METAIRIE. LA 

KIMBERLY COX 
Freshman- UNDECIDED 
CHANDLER ,AZ 

ASHLEY CROWDER 

Freshman- CELL 8. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 

CHARLOTTE, NC 

KRISTA DELAP 

Freshman- BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS.IL 

CHARLENE EAST 
Freshman- PSYCHOLOGY 
METAIRIE. LA 

JAMES FARRELL 
Freshman- BUSINESS 
WOODSTOCK, GA 

STEPHEN FRAPART 

Freshman- FINANCE & MANAGEMENT 

PLANO. TX 

BRENNAN GAMWELL 
Freshman- UNDECIDED 
HUNTSVILLE. AL 

AMELIA KELLER 
Freshman- ENGLISH 
CINCINNATI. OH 

JACQUES LEVET JR 

Freshman- BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

RESERVE. LA 

LAURA LISS 

Freshman- INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

HINSDALE. IL 

NICOLLE PEREZ 

Freshman- BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

ROWETT. TX 

VALERIE PIET 
Freshman- UNDECIDED 
IDAHO FALLS. ID 

ROSHNI RANJIT 

Freshman- ANTHROPOLOGY 

LONGVIEW. FL 

DAVID SWETLAND 
Freshman- BIOLOGY 
METAIRIE. LA 

MATTHEW THOMAS 
Freshman- POLITICAL SCIENCE 
BAKERFIELD. CA 

JOHN TYLER WOHLWEND 
Freshman- UNDECIDED 
SUGAR LAND. TX 



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School 
of 






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In 1894, Tulane University offered the first courses 

in architecture leading to a degree in architectural 

engineering. Only about a dozen schools of 

architecture had been 
established in the United States at this time. 

A full four-year professional curriculum in architecture, 

leading to the bachelor's degree, was established in 

the College of Technology (Engineering) in 1907. 

At the conclusion of the Second World War, the faculty 

and enrollment increased to accommodate returning 

veterans. The school continued to grow throughout the 

next two decades. 




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In 1 971 , the School of Architecture renovated and 

moved into its present facility, the Richardson Memorial 

Building, and experienced another increase in 

enrollment that continued throughout the seventies. 

In 1975, a small graduate program began, offering a 

course of study leading to the Master of Architecture 

II as a second professional degree. In the summer of 

1990, the School began a program offering a Master of 

Architecture I as a first professional degree for students 

with undergraduate degrees in other disciplines. The 

program awarded its first degrees in 1993 and was 

granted accreditation in 1994. Beginning in fall of 

1999, the School began offering a five-year Master of 

Architecture I (professional degree) to students who 

have not earned a bachelor degree. 

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Richardson .Memorial Building holds the School 
of Architecture. This building is one ot several 
on campus that carries the name ot Richardson, 
frequently confusing new students, 
photo by Krista DeLap 






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During Architect's Week, small groups of architecture students gather together and create pr. 
which they then implement in Further their application skills in their field. Following Hurricane 
Katrina, one group chose to help rebuild a local women's health clinic and daycare center in Treme. 
Thev \\ orked together lor da\ s lo create an outdoor play area, bulletin board, and bamboo garden tor 
the clinic. 
photos courtes) ot Danielle Merseles 



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The Goldring/Woldenberg Hall 

houses the business school. 

The state of the art building 

was built largely from generous 

donations. 






A* B* Freeman 
School of 
Business 



Created in 1914, the A. 
B. Freeman School ot Busi- 
ness is known throughout 
the nation to be one ot the 
best business schools in the 
country. The school is in the 
Goldring/Woldenberg Hall, 
a newer building with cut- 
ting edge technology, in- 
cluding multiple computer 
labs and internet access in 
every classroom. 

The Business school offers 
Accounting, Consumer Be- 
havior/Marketing, Finance, 
Legal Studies in Business, 
Managing Human and So- 



cial Capital, Information 
Systems and Process Man- 
agement, and Strategy 
and Entrepreneurship. 

There are several groups 
created specifically for 
business students. Alpha 
Kappa Psi is the Business 
fraternity. Other organiza- 
tions include the American 
Marketing Association, 

Freeman Student Govern- 
ment, Toastmasters, Tulane 
Entrepreneurs Association, 
and Tulane International 
Business Society, among 
many others. 



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Elmwood 

AND BlLOXI 

Campuses 






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Tulane 

University's 

Elmwood 

campus is 

located in 

Harahan 

photo by Krista Delap 




Pj Tulane University 

\J School of Continuing Studies 



800 Commerce Rd. East 




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The Elmwood and Biloxi campuses are both 
part of the School ot Continuing Studies. The Elm- 
wood campus is located in Harahan. The Biloxi 
Campus, located in Biloxi, Mississippi, is Tulane 
University's most recent addition. This campus, 
housed in the Edgewater Mall, has wireless inter- 
net and new computer labs. Both campuses offer 
morning, afternoon, and night classes in order for 
the classes to fit around the student's schedule. 

While attending one of these campuses, stu- 
dents can work towards a bachelor's degree, 
an associate's degree, a subject specific certifi- 
cate, or a Master of Liberal Arts degree. The Dean 
of the School of Continuing Studies is Richard A. 
Marksbury. John W. Olsen is the Assistant Dean of 
the Mississippi. Paul Forbes is the Director os the 
Elmwood campus. 



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A few students chow down at 
the annual crawfish boil. 

Onlookers enjoy the annual 

Robot Battle held on the 

academic quad during 

spring semester. Participants 

build robots and engage 

in a competition where the 

victor has the strongest robot 

competitor, similar to Battle 

Bots on television. 




Engineers scoop up 

some crawfish out of a 

box while kicking back 

and taking a break from 

studying to eat some 

local New Orleans' 

delicacies. 



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Lindy Claiborne Boggs Center 
for Energy and Biotechnology 
sits on the academic quad. 





School of 
Engineering 



Originally called the Col- 
lege of Technology, the 
School of Eningeering was 
created in 1894. 

The School 
of Engineer- 
ing offers ma- 
jor programs 
in the areas 
of biomedi- 
cal engineer- 
ing, chemical 
engineering, 
mechanical 
engineering, 
civil and en- 
vironmental 
engineering, 
electrical en- 
gineering and computer 
science, and computer 
engineering. 

The main Engineering 
building is the Lindy Clai- 



borne Boggs Center for En- 
ergy and Biotechnology. 
Other engineering build- 
ings include Walter E. Blessy 

Hall and 
Stanley O. 
Thomas 
Hall. 

The 
Dean of 
the School 
of Engi- 
neering is 
Nicholas 
J. Altiero. 
Dean Al- 
tiero, see 
at left, has 
a PhD in 
Aerospace Engineering. He 
has been the Dean since 
June of 2000, and is the 
ninth dean of the school of 
engineering. 




All photos counes\ of N;inc\ Walkc-r and Ihc School of 
Engineering 



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Graduate School 



Graduate work was first provided at Tulane 

University in 1883 and 1884. Under several 

different names and forms of administration, 

graduate work continued to develop. Four 

students received Master of Arts degrees in 

1885, and the first Doctor of Philosophy degree 

was conferred in 1887. In 1925, the Faculty of 

Graduate 

Studies 

became the 

Graduate 

School. 

Despite 

suffering cuts 

as part of 





Anthropology graduate students study 
different cultures from around the world 
by direct exposure to diversity. 

photo courtesy of Tulane University Graduate School 



the Renewal 

Plan, 

graduate 

programs at Tulane University are strong and thriving. 



"Our department is back and we seem to be "bitting on all cylinders " right now. 
Katrina's affect was mininmal in terms of damage and most of our students returned. 
However, we did lose several adjunct faculty due to budget restrictions caused by the 
storm. We have replaced some and the new "Professor of Practice" position has helped 
us immensely. We look forward to a good productive and creative year. 

-Ron Gural, Theatre Depatment 



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University College 



University College is the primary outreach division ot Tulane University. Since 
1890, it has been dedicated to Tulane's tradition of lifelong learning. A high school 
diploma or GED is required for admission, and tuition for the 2006/2007 academic 
year is $765 for a three-credit course. 

The School of Continuing Studies offers bachelor's degrees, associate's degrees, pre- 
and post-baccalaureate certificates and the master of liberal arts degree. University 
College students can earn degrees in the areas of: 



Casino Resort Studies 

Digital Design 

Homeland Security Studies 

Journalism 

Liberal Arts Majors 

Media Arts 

Public Relations 

Social Science 

Website Development 

Applied Computing 

Systems and Technology 

Science Majors 

Humanities 

Sciences 

Social Sciences 

Applied Business 

Human Resource 

Development 

Marketing 



Paralegal Studies 
Small Business Development 
Accounting 

Accounting and Finance 
Advertising 
Applied Business 
Graphic Design 
Louisiana Studies 
Application Development 
Database Systems 
Information Technology 
Internet Application 

Development 
Banking 
Finance 
New Ventures 
Real Estate License 
Certified Public Accountant 

License 



Students attend University College to earn a degree, pursue certificate programs, 
enhance a particular skill, or for the simple pleasure of learning. 



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John Giffen 

Weinmann 

Hall, the law 

school stands 

along Freret 

Street. 

Photo courtesy of Krista 
DeLap 




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School of 

Law 



The Tulane School of Law is housed in John Giffen Weinmann Hall 
on the uptown campus. This building not only contains otfices and 
classrooms, but also the Law School library and two courtrooms. 
The dean of the school of law is Lawrence Ponoroff. Dean 

Ponoroff graduated 
from Loyola University 
of Chicago 1975 with 
a B.A., and Stanford 
University in 1978 with 
a J.D. He became 
Dean of the School of 
Law at Tulane in 2001 
and is the 21st dean of 
the school. 

Tulane Law has sev- 
eral student organiza- 
tions and offers several 
major programs. The 
areas of concentration 
include Admiralty and 
Maritime Law, Comparative and Civil Law, Constitutional Law, 
Consumer Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, 
Environmental and Energy Law, Ethics, Family Law, Intellectual 
Property and Technology, International and Comparative Law, 
Labor Law, Legal History and Jurisprudence, Procedure, Public In- 
terest Law, Real Property and Real Estate Law, Regulation, Sports 
Law, State and Local Government, and Taxation. 




Lawrence Ponoroff is the 21st dean of the Tulane 

Law School. 

Photo courtesv of Bill Reinhardi and Tulane School of Law 



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Medical 



Following 
Hurricane 
Katrina, the 
Medical 
School 
suffered 
severe cufs 
as parf of fhe 
Renewal Plan. 
Due fo the 
storm, it was 
too difficult 
to move the 
residency 
students from 
their host 
school and 
return them to 
Tulane mid- 
year. Thus, 
the medical 
students 
remained at 
the Baylor 
School of 
Medecine 
in Houston 
to study for 
the entire 
academic 
year, returning 
for such local 
milestones as 
Mardi Gras. 



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Tulane's University Hospital and Clinic, situated in downtown New Orleans, suffered some damage due to Hurricane Katrina but 

were rebuilt and are now open and functioning once more. 

photos by Krista DeLap 



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The Dean of the School of Medicine is Paul Kieran Whelfon, M.D., M.Sc. 



The school of Medicine offers programs in fhe departments of anesthesiology, biochem- 
istry, dermatology, family and communitiy medicine, medicine, microbiology and im- 
munology, neurosurgery, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthamology, orthopaedics, 
otolaryngology, pathology and labratory medicine, pediatrics, pharmacology, physiol- 
ogy, psychiatry and neurology, radiology, structural and cellular biology, surgery, and 
urology. 

Tulane's medical school was unable to accept any new surgical resident applications for 
the coming year due to the storm; however, applications to the medical school in gen- 
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Tulane College 

Tulane University was founded in 1884, after the reorganization of the 
University of Louisiana. Tulane College is the men's division of liberal 
arts with Tulane University. The separation of the colleges into men's 
and women's provided an opportunity for students to receive a single sex 
education within a co- 
educational university. 

In 1984, Tulane moved 
from its downtown 
location to today's 
uptown campus. In 
1993, the College 
of Liberal Arts and 
Sciences became 
known as Tulane 
College. 




Tulane College 

admitted their first 

African American students in spring 1963 



Cudd Hall sits on the academic quad representing Tulane College. People congregate 
on the porch on hot days, making the house feel less formal and more like a social 
organization. 

photo by Kiista DeLap 



Located in Cudd Hall, Tulane College has a Big/Little Brother program to 
help freshmen get aquainted with their new life situation. Although not as 
rich in programming as Newcomb College, men find Tulane College a haven 
on the Tulane campus for brotherhood, and social interaction. 



.All information from http^/w^v^v.mlane.edu-'-alumni'potpourrilF.pdf 



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Newcomb College 

Newcomb College was created in 1886 as a women's college. It eventually became 
the women's division of liberal arts at Tulane University. Josephine Louise 
Newcomb created the college in memoriam of her deceased daughter, H. Sophie 
Newcomb. 

The first president of Newcomb College was V. B. Dixon. He created Newcomb 
High School to prepare younger women for college level academics. 

Newcomb College moved to Newcomb building on the Uptown campus in 
1918. It is said that the oak trees lining the Newcomb Quad were each grown 
from acorns plucked from the oak trees adorning the original Newcomb College 
campus. The acorn and the daisy are two well-known symbols of the college. 



Around 1970, co-ed 
classes were begining 
to be taught at the 
University. Newcomb 
admitted its first African 
American student in 
fall 1963. In the 1980s, 
Newcomb College 
merged with Tulane 
Liberal Arts and 
Sciences, creating the 
Newcomb we know 
today. 

Newcomb has a Big/ 
Little Sister Program 

similar to that of Tulane Newcomb Hall sits proudly at the top of Nev 

photo by Krista DeLap 

College, as well as mam- 
other programming 
options including Intensive Newcomb and the Newcomb Leadership Retreat. 







All information from http:llwv/wMlane.edttl~VKltextlnewcombJuml 



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School of Public Health 
and Tropical Sciences 

Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is committed to advancing 
public health through teaching, research and practice. The school is comprised of seven academic 
departments including biostatistics, community health sciences, environmental health sciences, 
epidemiology, health systems management, international health and development, and tropical 
medicine. In the past fiscal year, our researchers earned approximately $30 million in funding from 
the National Institutes of Health and other federal, 
state, foundation and international sources. Recent 
internationally respected research includes the 
development of a malaria vaccine, mitigation of HIV/ 
AIDS health complications, obesity prevention and 
disaster management. 

Our students, faculty and staff represent more 
than 70 cultures and traditions around the world. Their 
presence enriches our institution with unique ideas 
and perspectives. Our students and researchers can 
be found working throughout the world. The Tulane 
University Health Office for Latin America in Lima, Peru, 
and the Tulane University Asia Elite Leadership program 
in Taiwan are examples of some of our international 
partnerships. 

Established in 1912, Tulane University School of 
Public Health and Tropical Medicine is the oldest school 
of public health in the country - and today is among 
the largest. In spring 2006, the school launched an 
undergraduate program in public health, furthering 
its mission to develop the next generation of public 
health professionals worldwide. 

The study of public health in Louisiana began in 
the last century, when New Orleans suffered from endemic malaria and almost yearly epidemics of 
cholera and yellow fever. Attempts to control tropical diseases led to the establishment of the Medical 
College of Louisiana in 1834. In 1881, formal instruction in hygiene was offered for the first time. In 
1947, the Departments of Tropical Medicine and Preventive Medicine were merged to establish the 
Department of Tropical Medicine and Public Health in the School of Medicine. 

The School is a separate component of the Tulane University Medical Center and is allied with 
the School of Medicine, Tulane National Primate Research Center and Tulane University Hospital and 
Clinic. School-wide centers include the Center for Cardiovascular Health, Institute for Health Services 
Research, Tulane-Xavier Center of Excellence for Women's Health and Environmental Diseases 
Prevention Research Center. 




Pierre Buekens is dean of the School of Public 
Health and Tropical Medicine. 



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School of Social Work 

The Southern School of Social Sciences and Public Services was the first training program 
for social workers in the Deep South. In 1914, a group of Tulane social science faculty, under the 
sponsorship of the Kingsley Settlement House, offered the first classes in social welfare. A formal one- 
year program was implemented in 1921 and sponsored by grants from the American Red Cross, 

By 1 927, the school became a separate program with a two-year curriculum qualifying students 
for the master of arts due to funding from a Rockefeller grant. The degree of Master of Social Work 
was establisted in 1 935, and has been awarded to more than 4,700 students from all 50 of the United 
States and over 30 other countries. 




The idea of creating a community of scholars and learners and being a welcoming community 
best describes the School of Social Work. Since our return in December 2005 after Hurricane Katrina 
nothing is clearer to us at the school than the fact that we are all part of a community and that we 
are not in the world alone. This is a central and underlying framework which guides the curriculum 
and training at our school. 

After the interruption from the storm in August, the Tulane School of Social Work, along with 
the rest of the University, opened its doors to a full spring semester. Since January, the school has 
been central to the rebuilding of New Orleans' many communities through our engagement with 
numerous existing and new programs and projects and creation of several new field opportunities 
for student training. While New Orleans is well on its way to recovery, the post storm environment of 
the city has offered exciting and important opportunities for graduate social work student training. 
These programs provide hands on training forums for learning about crisis management, mental 
health programming with groups, children, families and couples, the use of the arts in working with 
children, aging programs, substance abuse, domestic violence, civic and community engagement, 
and many many more. 

Engagement defines the Tulane School of Social Work. Through its dedicated faculty, involved 
student body and committed alumni, the school maintains an active presence with its students, 
many other schools and departments of the university and the local, national and international 
community. Overall, we believe we have created a uniquely challenging and coherent program. It 
is firmly rooted in strong social work traditions while integrating the most innovative knowledge and 
skills available today. 

-Ron Marks, Dean of School of Social Work 



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Lagniappe !>£me§tpr 

Tulane gives a little somethin' extra 

Lagniappe, a creole word meaning "a little something 
extra", was the name given to the seven-week semester 
added to the 2005-2006 academic year. 

To make up for time lost from school, and time spent 
away from New Orleans and Tulane, the administration 
and faculty provided a lagniappe semester sandwiched 
between spring and summer terms where students could 
take up to three condensed classes and earn regular 
semester credits. 

Over two-thirds of the undergraduate population chose 
to participate in this academic lagniappe. 

Classes were held Mondays through Thursdays, with 
a three-day weekend. The weekends provided ample 
time for Tulane to host a myriad of events and speakers 
including Brian Williams, Laura Bush, Madeleine Albright 
and Walter Isaacson. 

Because of the short learning period, no finals were held 
and the semester ended at the beginning of July, allowing 
the university to hold both summer terms as normal. 

Lagniappe semester was a unique experience, created in 
response to Hurricane Katrina and hopefully never to be 
experienced again... despite its overwhelming success. 




Docked at the Riveiwalk Mall, the MV 
Dream is the cruise ship that Tulane 
leased from Carnival Cruiselines to 
house students needing housing 
following the storm. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 



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President Scott Cowen thanks 

NBC news anchor Brian Williams 

for his attendance of the Rebirth: 

People, Places and, Culture in 

New Orleans conference. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 





?ooms on the MV Dream cruise ship were compact; 
•hey were provided for students unable to acquire 
lousing elsewhere. 



During the Rebirth conference, renowned political figures helped 
renew focus on the practical aspects of recovery in the still suffering 
city of New Orleans and Gulf Coast region. 



irtesj of Pouln Hurch 



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JtoS. PLACES & CULTURE 

n NEW ORLEANS 



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Laura Bush speaks at the Rebirth: 
People. Places, and Culture in 
New Orleans conference, a 
gathering focused on the future 
and recovery of New Orleans 
and the goals and needs of the 
people in the area. 

photo courtesy of Paula Burch 



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Hullabaloo 2005 

The eyes and ears were still on the job from afar 



Hurricane Katrina didn 't stop the Tulane Hullabaloo 
newspaper from being the eyes and ears of Tulane. 

From their varied ports of call after the storm, the 
members of the Hullabaloo brought the news to the 
Tulane community. The staff of the Daily Pennsylv anion 
at the University of Pennsylvania hosted Editor in Chief 
Kate Schafer and gave the Hullabaloo a command center 
of sorts. From there, the staff fanned out and brought the 
news to the evacuees via the Hullabaloo website. 



For their efforts, the Hullabaloo was recognized by 
the New York Times, and won the appreciation of the 
many for whom the newspaper was one more link back 
to the place we all call home. 

These are a sample of the news stories that appeared 
on the website. For the complete stories, and for more 
on the semester that wasn't, go to www.theHullabaloo. 
com and check the archives. 



Tulane University Takes Moderate Damage from Katrina 

By David Murphy 



September 30. 2005 

New Orleans — Tulane University's uptown 
campus was spared the horrific damage some 
areas of New Orleans received after Hurricane 
Katrina. but significant cleanup remains if the 
university is to stay on schedule for re-opening 
for the spring semester. Flooding, downed 
trees and damaged roofs are among the most 
noticeable signs of damage on campus, but 
luckily, a glancing blow by Hurricane Rita 
does not appear to have caused an}' additional 
damage. 

President Scott Cowen took press members 
on a tour of campus to point out the damage 
and field questions. Despite the damage to 
campus. Cowen was happy to report that 
applications are actually up 50 percent from 
the same period last year. The storm was able 
to bring out Tulane"s excellent reputation, 
and that many students want to be part of the 
recover) 7 operation, said Cowen. 

Cowen indicated that Tulane is a university 
for the "academically qualified adventure 
seeker." and was optimistic about the number 
of students returning for the spring semester. 

"Of the 13,000 students we have, only 
100 have withdrawn as of now." said Cowen. 
Tulane has hired disaster recovery contractor 
Belford to handle the repairs of the campus. 
Belford has over 50 years of experience in 
disaster recovery operations of all types and 
believes they can have the majority of campus 
fully operational by late December. 

It is important not only for the Tulane 
community to start school again, but for all 
of New Orleans, said Cowen. Tulane is the 
largest private employer in New Orleans, 
with over 6.000 employees. 

"We are one of the bright lights in Orleans 
parish. ..if we can't get running, how can other 
people expect to?" said Cowen. 

Buildings in the academic quad were in 
remarkably good shape. There was some roof 
damage and blown out windows on Lindy 
Boggs, which caused water damage. The 
School of Social Work buildins suffered a 



major collapse on the north side of the building, 
leaving a pile of bricks on the ground below. 

Aside from these problems and a few piles 
of trash, the quad looked as though nothing 
had happened. Buildings north of Ferret Street 
were not so lucky however. Some buildings 
took several inches of water, leaving a foul 
smelling, thick black residue as well as mold. 
Bruff Commons had significant flooding of 
more than 20 inches in some areas. 

All the residential dorms took some water 
on the first floor, including the Wall dormitory, 
which had only been open one day. The 
Willow Residence computer lab withstood 
about 18 inches of water, ruining some of the 
computers. 

An abandoned boat lay beached on the 
sidewalk outside Reily Recreation Center, 
where the water reached the second tier of 
steps leading to the front entrance. 

Water damage was a major concern in the 
basement of the library, where many priceless 
historic documents are kept. Salvage teams 
brought in giant pumps and air conditioners 
to remove the water. Afterward, the damaged 
materials were moved into climate-controlled 
trailers for recovery efforts. 

"One of the very first things [Belford] 
did was to take a look at the materials in 
the basement of the library and decide how 
to restore all of those particular items," said 
Cowen. 

High winds ripped tiles and insulation 
out from the parking area underneath Reily. 
leaving piles of debris on parked cars. Large 
pilings from the Turchin Stadium construction 
project floated down campus as far as the 
Diboll parking complex. Monk Simons, which 
is located directly behind Reily, took nearly 
two feet of water. Recovery teams are also 
documenting damage to personal property in 
the dorms. Student's possessions which were 
damaged by the storm were photographed and 
then stored in trailers parked on McAlister. 



Students get 'a little 
something extra' 

By Kim Borneman 
October 07, 2005 

Austin, Texas — The Tulane University 
administration announced this week it 
would be offering "a little something extra" 
- an optional lagniappe semester during the 
summer of 2006. While all students are 
invited to attend, everyone who paid full 
tuition for fall 2005 and spring 2006 will be 
allowed to take classes free of tuition. 

The seven-week semester will begin 
May 15 following the spring exam period 
and a short break. The lagniappe semester 
is being offered to keep students on track 
with their academic careers. 

"It allows students a couple of 
opportunities," Assistant Provost Mike 
Hogg said. "One is, if they don't feel 
comfortable about taking a full schedule 
in the spring they can use the lagniappe 
semester to catch up, or if they didn't take 
a full load in the fall semester they can use 
the lagniappe to catch up. Or if they just 
wanted to get ahead." 

"It's really important for certain students 
like me to stay on track with their schedules," 
Heather Klavan, a Newcomb College 
sophomore, said. "As a pre-med student, we 
have certain classes that we have to take at 
certain times, and if we don't complete the 
schedule, it messes up our entire academic 
career." 

Although course schedules have not been 
posted online, the administration ensured 
students on its Web site that "courses that 
are typically available as the second half of 
a fall and spring sequence will be available 
in the Lagniappe Semester." 

"I like that they're offering the semester 
for free, it's a really nice thing to do," 
Klavan said. "Some students could be 
really put back by losing a semester, and 
this really provides incentive for us to come 
back." 



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Tulane trounces SMU: Green wave capture 



first 



win <> 



fthe season 31-10 



By Chris Burcham 
September 28, 2005 

Dallas - Looking eye to eye with another 
hurricane, Tulane Football didn't flinch. 

The arrival of Hurricane Rita to the Texas 
coast, one month after Hurricane Katrina 
wreaked havoc on New Orleans. Tulane 
University and Green Wave Football forced 
a few more changes to Tulane. The satellite 
office o\' the university closed and the game 
versus SMU was pushed from 7 p.m. to 1 p.m. 

"We're playing for a lot of people and the 
pressure is high, but our coaches and players 
are all up for the challenge." head coach 
Chris Scelfo said. "We are representing our 
university and our city, and that gives us 
inspiration." 

The time change didn't affect the No. 1 
ranked Green Wave defense. Following a 



Cowen meets with 
returning students 

fly David Murphy 
November 1 1 . 2005 

New Orleans - Tulane President Scott 
Cowen held a town hall meeting at the Reily 
Recreation Center Saturday. The meeting 
was for students returning to campus to 
collect belongings left behind as they sought 
refuge from Hurricane Katrina. 

President Cowen praised the resiliency 
of Tulane students across the nation for 
dealing vv ith the effects of the catastrophe. 
He recounted his involvement in the events 
immediately before and after the storm 
saying that the school's evacuation plan 
"worked the way it should have." 

Cowen moved on to highlight current and 
future business of the university. Several 
departments of Tulane have been moved out 
of state so the) can focus on their missions. 

Recruitment has been moved to Virginia. 
Financial Services has moved to Connecticut, 
and the information technology department 
has moved to Philadelphia. 

Cowen defended the administration's 
decision to assist Dillard and Xavier 
Universities as thev struggle to recover. 
Dillard took nearly 10 feet of water and lost 
three buildings to lire. 

Cowen discussed what he called the 
"renewal" chapter of Tulane 's historv. 
He claimed that Tulane will not diminish 
academically in an) w aj and that students w ill 
have unprecedented opportunities to become 
involved in the "greatest recover) effort in 
U.S. historv." Cowen staled that there will be- 
no drastic increase in tuition and that onlv one 
facullv member has left Tulane. 



heart-breaking loss to Mississippi State in 
the season opener where Tulane looked as 
hapless as ever, thev came out with a mission 
- defense, 

"I can't say enough about our defense," 
Scelfo said. "Going into the year. 1 felt like we 
had some depth. Wc don't have any seniors 
in our top-eight linemen, but we have three 
linebackers that arc all seniors. They have 
been through a lot." 

That defense led the day. holding SMU to 
onlv 1 27 yards per game. This is after holding 
Mississippi State to 225 yards the week before. 
On the season, Tulane is allowing just 176 
total yards per game, top in the country. The 
next best is Connecticut, which is allowing 
197.67 yards per game. 

Offensively, junior Lester Ricard led an 
air attack completing 22 of 34 passes for 213 
yards and two touchdowns. The first in the 



air was a 16-yard bomb to junior Damarcus 
Davis with 11:12 left in the fourth quarter. 
Hie second was a 27-vard shot to Bubba 
Terranova to put the final score at 31-10. 

The success in the air was possible because 
ol the strong ground game. Sophomore Matt 
Fort led all rushers with 94 vards and two 
touchdowns, and senior Jovon Jackson gained 
54. 

Tulane dominated from the initial kickoff 
to the final whistle, holding the ball lor 40 
minutes 36 seconds while SMU onlv managed 
to hold the ball for 19 minutes 24 seconds. 

Tulane's defense was led by senior Tra 
Boger who had seven tackles, one for a loss 
and a sack. Junior Craig Morris contributed 
4.5 tackles for loss and sophomore Ah in 
Johnson had two of the seven team sacks. 



Tulane announces drastic changes to university 

Board approves plan to cut 80 percent of Engineering School, trim varsity 
athletics programs, combine Tulane, Newcomb and University Colleges 

By Kate Schafer 
December 11.2005 

In a statement Thursday. President Scott Cowen announced major changes in even, aspect of 
Tulane life. 

"We are having a whole new model for undergraduate education." Cowen said. 

Starting in fall of 2006. students in the liberal arts and sciences will no longer be sent to 
Newcomb college for women and Tulane College for men. 

All students not entering in the Business School's new four-year plan. Architecture, or 
Engineering schools will enter through the undergraduate College. Former full time 1'niversitv 
College students will also enter through the College. 

The College will then be Liberal Arts, and the Sciences will be moved to the new School of 
Science and Engineering. 

However, students like Tulane College Vice President Kunal Verma are concerned w ith losing 
the legacy of having Newcomb and Tulane colleges. "I think it detracts from the Universitv... 
the separate colleges setup is one of our most distinctive features, this is a time to promote what 
we have to offer and attract more students... I fear that combining Tulane and New comb w ill do 
the opposite." said Verma. 

Lee Hoffman (N'91 ) agrees with Verma, "I am appalled at the administration's apparent plan 
to completely do away with one of the things that made Tulane unique: Newcomb College and 
Tulane College. While Tulane's surv iv al is admitted!) paramount, w hat good w ill that sun iv al 
be if all of its cherished institutions arc lost forever'. 1 Additional thought must be given to this 
decision lest the cure turn out to be worse than the disease." 

Although some alumni are frustrated with the decision the administration has made. Former 
Vice President of Student Life Matt Coleman I l'C'tUi agrees the move was necessar) to ensure 
Tulane's survival. "1 think thev choose surv ival bv (he best means necessar) according to them." 



Mardi Gras not deterred bv Katrina, Rita 



/>'v Emily Hohenwarter 

December 07. 2005 

New Orleans will celebrate Mardi Gras this 
year, but festivities will be shortened due to 
the aftermath of this fall's hurricanes. The 
cit) will observe the 150th anniversar) of its 
hosting o\' Mardi Gras. 

The Mardi Gras season in New Orleans 
will be abridged, onlv lasting for two 
weekends. 



New Orleans is counting on the suc^e^- 
ot Mardi Gras to boost its economy. Even 
a smaller Mardi Gras is hoped to put 
Orleans back on its feel and prove that New 
Orleans can be rebuilt. 

Tulane Universitv spring break will 
coincide with Mardi Gras this year, taking 
place the week o\ Feb 2<> 

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The Tulane 



August 26, 2005 




Hullabaloo 



The eyes and ears of the Tulane Community 



Volume 96 Issue 1 



The elite eight: The 8 essential names at Tulane 



Carolyn Barber-Pierre 



AH Ryan 



NOLA Experience contributing 



When asked what a typical day's 
schedule involves, Carolyn Barber- 
PieiTe, assistant vice president for 
student affairs, laughs. Barber- 
Pierre's role on campus includes 
everything 
from the 

direction and 
management 
of staff to 
creating 
student 
programs 
and teaching 
classes. 

Barber- 
Pierre has 
been a faculty 
member at 
Tulane since 
1984 but has 
only held her 
current title 
since 2003. Previously she served 
positions including the associate 
dean of student affairs and the 
associate dean of students. 

Barber-Pierre decided to teach 
as a way to "get the opportunity to 
teach and interact." This semester 
she will be teaching a Brazilian 
dance class and co-teaching an 
English course. 

According to Barber-Pierre, the 




many different tasks are rewarding 
when a student thanks her for 
making an impact. 

"I feel like I'm doing my job, 
and people see value and purpose 
to having me," Barber-Pierre said. 
One of Barber-Pierre's favorite 
spots at Tulane is the Reily 
Recreation Center. There she not 
only enjoys the facilities, but she 
can also see the 
students and talk 
with them. 

When Barber- 
Pierre is not 
at Tulane, she 
keeps busy at 
home with her 
10-year-old son. 
"If I'm not 
working here 
then I'm working 
with my son," 
Barber-Pierre 
said. 

Traveling is 

another one of 

her passions. 

She has traveled many places, 

including South Africa, Egypt and 

her favorite country, Brazil, 

Barber-Pierre urges student to 
take advantage of all that Tulane 
has to offer, and to remember the 
importance of helping others. 

"I would always encourage 
students to give back." Barber- 
Pierre said. 



Billye Potts 



Sara Weinreb 



NOLA Exp, 



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If you have any questions about 
orientation, Billye Potts is the 
person to go to. Ports began her 
interest in the 
orientation 
program 
when she 
was a 

student and 
orientation 
coordinator 
and has 

now worked 
in student 
affairs for 1 8 
years. 

Potts has 
worked in 
The newly- 
created 
Office of 
New Student 
Programs 
and helped 
compile the orientation CD 
freshmen receive before arriving 
at Tulane. 

Potts finds the most 
rewarding part of her job is 
working with all the students. 
However, she finds it challenging 
to dispatch the vast amount 
of information to all the new 
incoming freshmen. 




To get away from the piles of 
work in the office. Potts goes 
to the Reily Recreation Center 
and is active in the community. 
"Living in New Orleans is like 
being in college," Potts explains. 
She enjoys going to all the Saints 
games, going to theater festivals, 
racing with 
her husband 
and eating at 
her favorite 
restaurant. 

A s 
for advice 

for freshmen. 
Ports says it 
may take a 
while to adjust 
to college 

life. She 

recommends 
freshmen 
should meet a 
lot of people, 
not only 

fellow students 
but faculty 

and administrators as well. 
Furthermore, Ports suggests to 
"leave your room." 

There is so much to take 
advantage of around campus, 
she explains, students should 
get involved with activities and 
organizations on campus, as well 
as activities off campus. 



Kevin Bailey 



Bryan A Davis 



NOLA Experience contributing ivriter 

I'm going to poke you. Normally, 
a remark such as this would warrant a 
puzzled glance or even hostility. But 
Assistant Vice President for Student 
Affairs Kevin Bailey knows that 
poking is just another way to meet 
people on the internet these days. For 
a man whose job 
it is to interact 
with students, 
'poking' can 
often be an 
invaluable tool. 

Bailey's job 
is to oversee all 
of the activities 
that take place 
outside of the 
classroom. He 
works with the 
c 1 ubs, frat cm i ti e s 
and sororities 
that make up the 
majority of the 
groups putting 

on activities. Bailey' s current project: 
aiding with this year's orientation, the 
massive introductory ceremony put on 
by the student affairs office every year. 

Bailey has found it essential to 
familiarize himself with the popular 
trends of today. The internet 

phenomenon "The Facebook" 1 ' has 
come to his attention as a way to connect 
with the students. He sees it not only a 




tool to team about the student body, but 
also a unique means to get to know it on 
a personal basis. Bailey goes out of his 
way to make sure that he's well versed 
with the goings on of the students. 
Bailey went so far as to start watching 
reality television in an attempt to better 
understand the popular culture endorsed 
by the student body. When asked, 
Bailey said that his favorite show was 
Real Gilligan's Island. Though he made 
no open endorsement, it is believed that 
Bailey was a fan 
of the Skipper. 

Along with 
his duties at the 
office of Student 
Affairs, Bailey 
also serves as the 
Chief Judicial 
Officer. This role 
carries with it 
the responsibility 
of protecting 

the rights of 
the students at 
Tulane. The only 
way to see Bailey 
under this title 
is to step out of 
line in a major way. Though he's a very 
cool character, he takes his job very 
seriously. 

But poor behavior isn't the only way 
to meet Bailey. Around lunchtime, you 
can easily find him in the Bubble eating 
a slice of pizza with a coffee. And if all 
else fails, you can always poke him. 



President Scott Cowen 



Kate Isenmann 



NOLA Exp, 



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"What I want to be when I grow 
up is a Tulane student," President 
Scort Cowen said. 

Unfortunately for Cowen, 
he has to settle with being the 
leader and figurehead of Tulane 
University. As a leader, Cowen 
not only focuses on maintaining 
the school's reputation but also 
works to promote Tulane across 
the country and secure a successful 
future for all those involved. On 
a daily basis he works with all 
aspects of the Tulane community 
including students, faculty and 
alumni. 

"When I'm here on campus. 



the vast majority of the time 
is in meetings with various 
constituencies or senior officers," 
Cowen said. "The day usually 
starts at about seven in the 




morning, most nights end about 
10 when I'm here in town." 

This past week, Cowen 



has been focusing on the 
incoming freshman class as well 
as his convocation which will be 
delivered tomorrow. 

The speech will emphasize the 

importance of learning both 

inside and outside the classroom, 

— j balancing social activities with 

intellectual ones and really 

experiencing everything Tulane 

and New Orleans have to offer. 

"If there's a message I'm 

going to say to the freshmen, 

it's going to be take a holistic 

view of the college experience," 

Cowen said. "It's more than just 

what goes on in the classroom. 

And get involved in everything. 

I'm excited to have the students 

back on campus. It was getting a 

little boring without them." 



Leland Bennet 

Bryan A. Davis 



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NOLA Experience c 



With such a large undertaking 
as the construction of the new 
Lavin-Burmock University Center 
. Tulane needed an expert with 
knowledge of the old structure 
and intelligence to use the new 
technology necessary to build 
the new center. When the time 
came, the role of overseeing this 
behemoth of a project ultimately 
fell to the director of the former 
University Center, Leland Bennett. 

Mr. Bennett is the man who 
knows all of the details in regard 
to the new UC. He knows the 
entire project inside and out. Like 
an enthusiastic child showing off 
his Crayola masterpiece, Bennett 
proudly displays the plans for the 



new center, complete with colorful 
personal corrections and additions. 
But as knowledgeable as Bennett 
is of the whole affair, he did not start 
out overseeing the construction of 
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director at West Jefferson High 
School. He left his podium and 
baton in 1966 to take on a different 
role at Tulane University. Though 
he is approaching his 40th year on 
campus, his excitement makes is 
seem like it's his first. 



Even with his great number of 
years at school, Bennett prides 
himself on not simply being 
another "old ruddy duddy." The 
one thing that gives him more 
pleasure than working at school is 
the opportunity to learn new skills 
in the process. "I'm happy to get up 
for work everyday. Today I learned 
about magnetic card readers. ..it's 
amazing." 

Though the project is six 
months behind schedule. Bennett 
is optimistic about its completion. 
His chief concern at the moment is 
insuring that the infrastructure is 
safe. 

When asked if he will continue 
on as the director of the UC once 
the project is complete, Bennett 
replied, "Tulane is a great place to 
work, and I" 11 work here as long 
as I can." 



Construction at Tulane 

UC in progress Wal I roarlv for fall To mt 



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For nearly a year and a half now the 
University Center has been out of use and 
undergoing construction. This year will 
be no different as the expanding Lavin- 
Burmock University Center will not be 
finished in time for the 2005-2006 school 
year. 

Administrative officials pushed back 
the opening, originally set for October, to 
July 2006.~ 

Despite setbacks. Dr. Cynthia Cherrey, 
the Vice President of Student Affairs, 
still has high hopes. She believes that 
the S37 million spent on the project will 
turn the UC into the "crossroads of both 
the intellectual and social interaction on 
campus." 

The new UC was designed by Vincent 
James and Associates of Minneapolis. 
It will be a staple of the ever-expanding 
campus and testament to the effective 
fundraising of President Scort Cowen and 



the Tulane community'. 

The building's namesakes, Lavin- 
Burmock, were the main contributors 
while smaller donations made the project 
possible without being a burden on 




student tuition. 

The Lavin-Burrnock Center will be 
nearly 80,000 square feet, housing all 
student programs and media offices, 
student government, student bookstore 
and up-to-date student meeting rooms. 

Dr. Cherrey and Robert C. Hailey. 
associate vice president of auxiliary 
SEE UC CONSTRUCTION PAGE 17 



Wall ready for fall 



Linda Morton 



NOLA Experience contributing urriter 

At Tulane University, construction 
has become an accepted way of life 
at Tulane University. After more than 
a year of work, one of the several 
construction projects has been 
concluded. Wall Residential College 
is the most recent addition to campus 
housing. 

By promoting interaction between 
students and faculty outside of the 
classroom, the Residential College 
Program is planned to encourage 
a sense of community between all 
members involved. 

Thisresidential system first appeared 
at Cambridge and Oxford universities 
and has since spread to more than 65 
universities, including Harvard and 
Yale. About 250 incoming freshman 
and returning students will live in the 
newly-completed dorm". 

Erica Woodley, residential college 
director and assistant director of 



residential education, said, "I want 
[students] to largely define the 
community that they live in- to hold 
each other accountable for things and 
to create the community they want it 
to be." 

Students living in the dorm will 
serve on at least one of the nine 
committees headed by residential 
advisers. Issues such as community 
service, academic enrichment and 
wellness, and hall government will be 
addressed by the committees. 

In addition to the students, advisers 
and staff living in Wall, a family of four 
will occupy a first floor apartment. 

Spanish and Portuguese Professor 
Christopher Dunn will act as the 
building's professor-in-residence. His 
wife Ladee Hubbard, their four-year- 
old daughter Isa and newborn Joaquin 
will live in the newly constructed 
residence. 

Woodley said many of the incoming 
students "mentioned they 'd like to 

SEE WALL FOR FALL PAGE 16 



come 



Danielle Fe Lie r berg 



NOLA Exp, 






Tulane spends around S25 million annually 
on renovations and new construction* projects. 
This year, incoming students will move into the 
recently built Wall Residential College and will 
be able to use the new Lavin-Burmock University 
Center once it is completed. 

In the near future, Tulane students will see 
the highly anticipated renovations to Turchin 
Stadium and the assembly of a brand new dorm, 
currently named Residential College II, on the 
site of what was formerly New Doris. 

The prospect of living on a campus with much 
ongoing construction meets with mixed reactions 
from students, especially those new to this 
environment. 

"It's OK to have construction, but they should 
be finished by move-in day. It feels like they 
are not ready for us," Kelsea Bice, a Newcomb 
College freshman, said. 

Pat McCoy, a Tulane College freshman, sees 
the situation differently. "I like [construction] 
because it shows progress." 

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Summer football 
practices get a little 'hairy' 



Benny Powell 



Militant iporu editor 

lie. id conch Chris Scelfo walked 
swiftly out ofihe Wilson Center's dou- 
ble doors bearing .1 smile and beaming 
with confidence m the start ofthe 2005 
preseason football practice. 

"I'm lot more excited today than 
1 was last year this time," Scelfa said, 
"We've yot u core group of guys thai 
l realhj believe have the ability, the 
character, [the desire] to be succcss- 



iiil. and when you have that, I've seen 
over time, li makes t"i .1 chance lo be 
successful." 

Preparing to improve on Inst sen- 
son's 5-6 record, the summer practice 
schedule included two sessions every 
other day at the Westfcldl Facility. 

"The guys have been working rcnl 
hurd," Scelfo said, "Our responsibility 
.is ,t foothill I team is just to try to get 
better every day and put our efforts 
into ourselves." 

One player who feels a little extra 




Green Wave quarterback teller Rlcard 

— and (lie hair of hi* frc»hnicn icamm 



(lie summer lulling up (lie » nonjury 



responsibility Is lunloi quarterback 
Lester Rlcard. After a broken wrist 
ended his season early lust year, PJcord 
pushed himself to improve all tat ct ol 
ins game during camp. 

"I came out here and practiced 
every day, tried to do OS much OS I I Oil 
I've been out here busting my mil." 
Rlcard said. "I got in the weight room, 
got my weight up a little bit. [and] got 
u little bit faster." 

In nine games last season. Rlcard 
threw for 1,881 yards, 21 touchdowns 
and a completion percentage of 61.9 
percent. 2005 will be RJcard's first 
season without any competition for the 
starting job, but he is not sitting buck 
and taking it for granted. 

"1 know I have to come out here 
every day nnd work on something 
to yet better." he said. "You can't 
get relaxed with [being the stutter]. 
Because if you do that means you arc 
taking steps back, and the objective is 
to get better." 

As Ricard regains his stride, a pair 
of his wide receivers arc still recover- 
ing from their own ailments. 

Fred Smith and Bubba Tcrranova 
are both sidelined with knee injuries. 

Both receivers were expected to 
emerge this season, but Smith is out for 
the year with a torn ligament. 

Tcrranova, hampered by cartilage 
problems in his knee, has been running 
at practice but not in drills. Tcrranova 
is expected to play in the first regular 
season game. 

Another health concern for the 
Green Wave has been New Orleans' 
summer climate. 

"It's been tough, but nothing worth- 
while comes easy," safety Tra Bogcr 
said. "That's a good test for us, because 
our first game it's going lo be hot for us 
and Southern Miss, so it's good that we 
have a chance to battle the sun now and 
use that as a stepping stone." 

Outside of strengthening their abili- 
ties on the field during this preseason, 
the team has built on their unity, which 
involved making the freshman standout 
with the conspicuous haircut tradition. 

Freshman quarterback Anthony 
Scelfo, son of offensive coordinator 
Frank Scelfo. joked that he is starting 
to like his haircut which has a mock- 
Nike football designed on the top of his 
head, the sides shaved clean and a bang 
hanging down over his right eye. 

"I wanted to make him look bad 
since his dad sends me through so 
much crap [in practice]," Ricard said. 
"He's the one guy I wanted to make 
sure we got real good." 



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Preparing/or upcoming season 



Benny Powell 

UlllllUril ipartt editor 

Subtract six-yenr head 
coach Betsy Becker and 
six players (including two- 
time nil-Conference USA 
1 1 1 1, .md you 

have the Tulane volleyball 
team at the conclusion of 
the 2004 K 

The five returning play- 
ers from last season, includ- 
ing seniors Kclh Dickson 
and Blair Moon, arc joined 
this season by eight new 
teammates, as well as a 
new couch. 

Mead coach Li/ Krytza, 
promoted from assistant 
couch upon Becker's depar- 
ture, will supervise the edu- 
cation of seven freshmen in 
her first year. 

'"It's kind of refreshing, 
because it's totally differ- 
ent from last yc.ir." Moon 
said. "We didn't end on 
such a good note last year, 
and a lot of the people thai 
arc coming in are really 
working hard. They nil 
want to be on the court and 
get better." 

While many view the 
influx of newcomers us a 
challenge. Krytza sees an 
opportunity. 

"When you have eight 
pluycrs that are new to on 
entire system and program, 
everything is pretty much 
u clean slate," Krytza said. 
"We spent u lot of time on 
technique and teaching the 
system, before we could 
build all of our offenses 
and defenses. 

"Every coach has their 
own thoughts and their 
own ideas. The biggest 
thing I've changed is mak- 
ing sure that every drill thai 
we do. they do it until they 
do it correctly." 

For the 13 players and 
coaches to evoh e as .1 
team, they left the confines 
of Fogelman Arena and 
traveled lo Hancock. Miss., 
last Sunday for team bond- 
iiil' I he group participated 
in a Challenging Outdoor 
Personal Experiences 



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which 

required 

players 

to rely on 
teamwork 
in tasks like 
wall climb- 
ing. 

" I 1 
definitely 
worked out 
well." Moon 
said. "It 
helped us 
get to know 
each other 
u lot better 
on a more 
intimate 
level, and it 
brought us 
together as 
a icam." 

"It was 
fantastic." 
Krytza said. 
"Everything 

was r h>si- 
cally chal- 
lenging and 

problem solving. They had 
10 work on their commu- 
nication, and you can sec 
leaders emerge, it's cxjtcthj 
what happens in practice, 
so it helps them work on 
their interaction and com- 
munication." 

While on the court, it 
is quite evident to Krytza 
who the leaders arc. 

"We arc going to live 
and die by our veterans." 
Krytza said. "The older 
players may be outnum- 
bered by the younger ones, 
but what they do and say 
and their work ethic really 
sets the tempo for every- 
body." 

With her experience on 
the court, being the icam 
captain comes naiurailv for 
. I 

"[I'm] being kind of a 
calmuigpne sc ncc,**Diclaon 
said. "There are so many 
freshmen and thc> wsmi to 
do so much. I'm trying to 
encourage ihcm, and ihev 
need approval from other 
people on the court." 




(roiiun fmhrnin Sara RwlotoK tt one of 
(he eiphi no> pUyrr*. 

Kry tza say I thai, with 
as many freshmen as the 
team has. first -> ear players 
will be expected to plav an 
intricate role this season. 

"Looking at sheer num- 
bers, without a doubt our 
freshmen have to contrib- 
ute, and the good thing ts 
they are all capable of it." 
Krytza said 

Jen Lmder has caught 
Krytza"* eye and is expect- 
ed 10 be the team's starting 
middle blocker Urn season 

"[1 want 10 contribute] 
in whatever wa) p 
Linder said "If they want 
me 10 pass or plav defense 
or hit w herev cr. 1 
m\ best 

The Green Wave will 
get its first assessment of 
the season against NtcholU 
Staic tonight in Fogelman 
Arena at ~ p m 

"l don't think it mai- 
lers w ho « c are plav ing 
[tonight]. 

a test with this man> new 
faces," Krytxa sjid "Hut 
ihcy arc ready for it ." 



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Green Wave on eve of greatness 



Jason Lieser 

tport) editor 

I. ilk about great timing 

It you're a freshman, you're enter- 
ing I ulane at the perfect moment .is far 
.is athletics arc concerned, 

1 his column space is usual!) used 
to tell you that even though Tulnnc's 
teams arc i> picall) mediocre, you 
should still go watch or something 

like that, 

Unncccss.irv 

it you survey, i.isi \ eu 's overall 
numbers, ihcj, maj no) he promising 
.hi paper, but the fact is that th. Grcci 
Wave built some major momentum, 
these guys (and girls) will be good; 
[hcj 'li mah ) "ii ^ ome watch 

starting with football, which is sup- 
posedly the big draw "i college sports, 

Tulane fans have every reason to Start 
Inquiring about bowl gome tickets 

Don't let last year's 5-6" mark mis- 
lead you, 1 he 2004 squad was talented, 
but undeveloped Once Lestei Ricard 

linalh took ownership of the sinning 

quarterback Job, he broke his wrist 
Nonetheless, the Green Wave missed .1 
howl berth 

1 his year, Ihe team is stronger m 
ever] aspect, ["he much- maligned 
defensive unit is oldci and smarter, bui 
more important!) to fans, this year's 

team will score some points 



Ricard is lulls recovered and fully 
confident. I ran into hun last week arid 
asked how his summer practices have 
been. 

"It's been fuuuuunnnn man!" he 
exclaimed with a grin wider than the 
end zone. 

The reason Ricard 's hnving so 
much fun is thai he is finally entering 
1 season where is undoubted!) "tin- 
man." When backup Richard Irvin 
transferred t>> Harvard last spring, it 

sent a clear message ttmmehoul Wave 
nation: the future is Kicard 

Ricard has the unn strength, the 
speed and the size to plaj In the NF1 
someday, but spent last year learning 
lo adjust to Tulnnc's system Phis year, 
the learning curve is over and head 
coach v In Is So 'cup the 

benefits. 

Jumping from pigskin t" hoops, 
lulane's basketball team look B mojoi 
step forward at the end ol last season 
when 1 ulane Vthietic 1 ilrectot RJc k 
Dickson stepped up to the plate and 
.' Shawn 1 tnnc) 

In tive years as 1 ulane'a head coach. 
Finnc) compiled 60 B6 rci ord 
Various players questioned his leader- 
ship and all Finnc) cvci had i"T the 
media was -i mount, mi ol excuses. 

Reporter: Coach win docs si.ir lot- 

ward Quincj Davis ncvei get any 
touchea In die posi l 



Finney (angrily): Yc 

to college. 

Dickson's firing of Finney was sur- 
prising bill welcomed, and he kicked it 
up .1 notch bj hiring Maryland's Dave 
Dickerson to replace him. 

Dlckerson, who brandishes a 2002 
ri.ition.il championship ring, knows 
how to win More importantly, he 
knows how gain the respect of his 
men and lead them, I'lns group will 
have to ovcrachie\ c to earn on NCAA 
tournament berth this year, but nobod) 
should lab thai goal unreachable Ibi 
Dickers. >n 

And then there is baseball, lulanc 
i'. 1 leball '- one ol the strongest puzzles 
on campus. The team is bj (hi the 

uimefMix '■■ in. ■ 

ol the new millennium but doesn't 
even end Us regular sc.i 
graduation. 

Nonetheless, students pack I 
Stadium 1 "' Zcphyi Field) to capac it\ 
1..1 most regular-season contests. 1 lu- 
lu en 10 popular. In fat < thai 
I ulane nsnov nti Include 

uddihonnl blocks of seats and a larger 

pressbox 

Baseball carried the No 1 national 

seed int.- the NCAA tournament and 

made ii all the way to Omaha before 

i" Bo) lot m the College World 

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Few that Tulnnc's big 



sports arc football, men's basket- 
ball and baseball, but the other sports 
have their niches as well 1 he tennis 
teams ma) not draw over I.O0O fans 

regularly, hut they do provide top- 
notch entertainment for .1 school that 
is flooded with international students 

Can IlUJ tennis 1 he same could be said 
Ol soccer 

The factor behind the success ol 
those "secondary*' sports is the cre- 
ative marketing employed b> the ath- 
letic department In .\^ effort to draw 
1.1ns. those teams oiler free crawfish. 

Iree hotdogs pretty much anything 
short ol lice tuition 

v. foi the big three, the credit goes 
to Dickson (01 makiru 
sions In additioi 

with Dickerson, Dickson ensured that 
Scelfo .md baseball bead coach Rick 
Jones will be sticking around tor quite 
some time 

So. I'll make IK) pit 
come out .xrn\ watch Uh 
need to because the athlete 
selves will be doing it every wi 
on the field 

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ASB elections 



AlPxBrozena 

contributing writer 

Tulane University students will have another 
chance to vote for their Associated Student Body 
president. The elections, which ran from Mon- 
day to Thursday, resulted in a close finish and 
will call for a runoff election next week. 

"It will be a good runoff," Sara Dwyer, a 
presidential candidate from the Tulane School 
of Medicine, said Dwyer and Tony Vanky, a 
candidate from the School of Architecture, 
received the highest number of votes in this 
week's election. 

Out of the five candidates, no one candi- 
date received enough votes to obtain the win- 
ning margin. A second election will be held 
between Dwyer and Vanky to decide the final 
outcome. 

The polls for the runoff will open Sunday at 



midnight and close Wednesday at midnight- 
Voter apathy was apparent in the polls. Only 
1 ,547 students voted in an election that included 
both the undergraduate and graduate constitu- 
ents. 

The other three candidates Daisy Gurdian 
(Newcomb College), Vipin Menon (Graduate 
School of Engineering) and Cole (Tulane Col- 
lege) fell behind by a large margin. Vanky gar- 
nered 29.5 percent but was marked down 1.5 
percent for a campaigning infraction; Dwyer 
received 28.3 percent of the votes; Gurdian 
received 17.4 percent; Menon got 14.4 percent 
and Bryan Cole totaled 9.5 percent, but was 
marked down .5 percent for a campaign infrac- 
tion. 

There were also technical difficulties as the 
online voting gave many people error messages 

SEE ASB: PAGE 4 



NLO* hungry to return 



Newcomb girls heard 
at town hall meeting 



Olivia Watkins 

senior staff writer 

The Renewal Plan, proposed 
by Tulane University President 
Scon Cowmen and passed by the 
Board of Trustees unanimously, 
calls for the dissolution of Tulane 
and Newcomb college, to create 
a single undergraduate college. 
With S36 million in endowments 
on the line, Newcomb College 
has the most at stake. 

In response to the concerns 
of current Newcomb students 
and alumni around the world, a 
Traditions Task Force, staffed 
by six members of the Board of 
Trustees, was created to deter- 
mine what should be done with 
the remainder of Newcomb and 
Tulane colleges. 

The Newcomb Dean"s Student 



Leader Task Force, a panel of 
Newcomb student leaders from 
various backgrounds chosen by 
the Dean, met with the board's 
task force on Jan 26 to discuss 
their position on Newcomb's 
future. Later, a larger group of 
Newcomb women met with the 
force at the Newcomb Rally and 
Town Hall Meeting. 

Women, and men from Tulane 
College, stood in line to ask ques- 
tions. The Task Force listened as 
students regaled stories of how 
Newcomb changed their lives. 
They spoke of their opportuni- 
ties for leadership, advancement 
and the sense of community the 
college provides. 

Women of all ages flew in 
from all over the country to voice 
their frustrations and assure the 
task force that Newcomb is an 



important part of Tulane, New 
Orleans and the world. 

Mignon Faget, a prominent 
jewelry designer in New Orleans 
and Newcomb aluma ('55), 
attended the meeting to voice her 
passion for Newcomb arts. 

She praised Newcomb as 
"world famous" and demanded 
that the task force recognize not 
only the name of the college, but 
the intent and content behind it. 

Yvette Jones, the vice presi- 
dent for public affairs, described 
the resrructuring as a "joint under- 
graduate" experience. 

Carol Cudd (NC '59) explained 
that the plan was presented as a 
'Total package" which was almost 
impossible to refuse. President 
Cowen told the board that they 

SEE NEWCOMB PAGE 3 



Molly Brpeskin 

contributing writer 

Five months after Hurricane 
Katrina, authentic New Orleans 
meals are not in short supply like 
many thought they would be. 
With more restaurants reopen- 
ing every day and a hungry col- 
lege population back in the city 
to frequent them, many restaurant 
owners are optimistic. 

New Orleans, a city known 
for its food, is home to some of 
the most committed restaurant 
owners in the country, many of 
whom were willing to weather 
the storm. 

Brad Hollingsworth, the owner 
of Clancy's Restaurant, literally 
did just that. He stayed in his res- 
taurant during the hurricane to 
make sure the generator was run- 
ning, to protect the restaurant's 
wine cellar. 

Although popular restaurants 
like Commander's Palace, Emer- 
il's DelMonico, The Cheesecake 
Bistro and Acme Oyster House 
remain closed, many of the small- 
er businesses have suffered the 



most. 

Nearly 90 percent of New- 
Orleans' pre-Katrina population 
worked for small businesses and 
restaurants, and public officials 
are emphasizing the importance 
of re-establishing these enter- 
prises. According to the Federal 
Emergency Management Agency, 
the U.S. Small Business Admin- 
istration has approved over 5,000 
businesses for disaster assistance 
loans, totaling S412 million. 

"Every business or school that 
reopens in the city is going to help 
all businesses in the city," Bour- 
bon House manager Jim Leslie 
said. 

Before Katrina, the city's near- 
ly 4,000 eating establishments 
employed about 55,000 work- 
ers. But many restaurants remain 
dark, with varying damage and 
little if any promise for the future. 
Even if some displaced restau- 
rant workers have jobs waiting 
for them in the city, they are not 
able to find housing. 

With little tourism in the past 
months, the demographic visit- 
ing the restaurants has changed. 



Those establishments that have 
been able to open, however, 
have had no problem filling their 
table. 

Since Bourbon House was 
one of the first big restaurants to 
reopen (Oct. 3), it attracted many 
locals because it was one of the 
only options. Prior to Katrina, 
most of the restaurant's business 
came from tourism and business 
meetings. 

The demographic has changed 
all over the city as well. Relief 
workers have become a new cus- 
tomer, and with local universi- 
ties back in session, students have 
added a welcome 20 percent to 
New Orleans' dissipated popu- 
lation. 

These students are already 
pumping money into the city's 
suffering economy by consuming 
a hearty meal. But they have also 
returned to serve as employees. 

Guillermo Sanchez, the man- 
ager of Superior Grill, gets the 
majority of his waiting staff and 
a significant amount of business 

SEE RESTAURANT: PAGE 2 




LEE SAXON.T 

Locals and tourists alike bring business back to the city by dining at local restaurants Like Superior Grill. 



Biosciences help to 
bring New Orleans back 



Bacque runs for mayor 




AlpxBro7ena 

contributing writer 

The Federal Emergency Management 
Agency trailers and blue roof tarps sug- 
gest anything but biotechnology. However, 
Yvette Jones, chair of the biosciences sub- 
committee of Mayor Ray Nagin's Bring 
New Orleans Back Commission, wants to 
transform the Crescent City into a biotech- 
nology hub. Local universities are central 
to her plan. 

New Orleans" recovery tactics have 
become tar more complex in the six months 
since Hurricane Katrina Originally, Nagin 
proposed opening the downtown area to 
more casinos in order to draw people 
and wealth back into the city. However, 
according to NOLA.com, Governor Blanco 
did not approve of the idea of a Vegas style 
snip in New Orleans. 

Instead, the mayor and his commis- 
sion have taken a lesson from the local 



universines. 

Jones, the senior \ice president of external 
affairs at Tulane University, wants to base 
badly needed economic growth in the area 
on a focused industry: biotechnology. 

Why biotechnology in a town better 
known for its laissez-faire attitude? 

Jones answers that "New Orleans, 
before Katrina, had a rich medical com- 
pound." She refers to the research hos- 
pitals downtown and Tulane's revered 
medical school. 

Tulane figures prominently in the bio- 
sciences recovery plan, as do the other 
local universities. 

"What has driven the rebirth of 
economies] of some cities has been that 
the universities have played a role in the 
development," Jones said. 

In theory* the universities would pro\ide 
technological and research input for what 

SEE BIOSCIENCE: PAGE 2 



Katp Srhafer 

editor-in-diicf 

With the first round of New 
Orleans municipal elections set 
for April 22, potential candidates 
have wasted no time in carefully 
considering their options. As 
many high-profile names such as 
New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin 
and Louisiana Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor Mitch Landrieu announced 
their candidacy, Tulane University 
student Nick Bacque also decided 
to enter the race. 

"It actually started as a joke 
between me and my friends," 
Bacque said. "Then we found out 
how easy it is to become a may- 
oral candidate. I thought about it 
and told a few friends. Suddenly, 
the local news got word of my 
race for mayor and the response 
was strong." 

Nick Bacque, a 24-year-old 
medical student, said this week 
he intends to represent a new and 
youthful approach to govern- 
ment. 1 want to bring back New 
Orleans by nurturing the culture 



of the young student population," 
he said. 

Bacque boasts an extensive aca- 
demic background. While many 
students may spend six years com- 
pleting one or two degrees, Bacque 
was scheduled to complete six 
degrees in six years. 

"I have the theoretical educa- 
tion," Bacque explained. "And 
although I haven't been through 
the experiences other candidates 
have., .a lot of [being mayor] is 
intelligence and the ability to 
leam quickly." 

Working on his medical degree 
joint program with Masters ofPub- 
Iic Health at Tulane, the Lafayette- 
native evacuated to Houston during 
Katrina. .Although many evacuees 
ofKatrina looked forward to return- 
ing, Bacque 's return wasn't just to 
finish his sixth degree. Bacque, like 
all of the candidates for mayor, is 
ready to rebuild the city and has a 
plan for action. 

"We need to rely on private 
enterprise, Bacque said. "[Renew- 
al] has to happen in the private 
sector first." 



SPORTS 

2006 Baseball Preview 

Green Wave baseball has rallied 
post-Katrina, ready for another 
great season PAGE 10 




ARCADE 

Restaurant Guide 
The arcade's guide to the best 
food in NOLA, uptown and 
downtown MAGAZINE 




VIEWS 

Harry's back 
Harbinger Harry survived Ka- 
trina and is ready to stir up the 
Green Wave PAGE 6 



10 

10 February 2006 



Sports 



The Tulane Hullabaloo 



BASEBALL PREVIEW 2006 



Rebuilt and reloaded: Baseball targets Omaha again 




Rpnny Pnwfll and J,v.nn Lif sf r 

asxottate sports editor anil spurn eilitor 

Inoccord with the city it culls home, 
Tulane University's bascbnM team will 
look quite different than it did a year ago. 
Due lo graduation and Major League 
Baseball, the Green Wave will fcuturc 
many new faces in key roles. Due to 
Hurricane Katrina, the team will call 
Zephyr Field its home in 2006. 

The similarities between the Green 
Wave and the city of New Orleans end 
here, however. New Orleans is rebuild- 
ing; the Green Wave is rebuilt. 

Not to be overlooked amidst the 
youth movement is the core of big hit- 
ters looking to break out as they mature 
into veterans. Senior Nathan Southard is 
a preseason all-American who proved 
his worth last year by hitting .341. 

At the comers. Tulane welcomes 
back third baseman Brad Emaus and 
first baseman Mark Hamilton. Emaus 
hit ,321 last season to go with 1 3 home 



TLLSNELMVLRSITI 



runs and 56 RBls. while Hamilton 
posted a .314 average and swatted 1 1 
homers while driving in 46. 

"We arc returning some veteran guys 
that I'm hoping will have great years 
for us, and if they do, we will certainly 
be a better club," Jones said. "There 
arc guys that ... if he has the kind of 
year he is capable of having, free of 
injury and things fall into place, then 
we have a chance to have a club that's 
pretty good." 

Despite what Jones acknowl- 
edges as a major loss, the depar- 
ture of several veterans has cleared 
the way for a new throng of stars. 
Heavily-recruited freshman Aja Barto. 



who turned down the Philadelphia Phil- 
lies after they selected him in the 14th 
round of the MLB draft last summer, 
may turn a few heads in his pursuit to 
win a starting job in the outfield. Anoth- 
er freshman seeking regular work in the 
outfield is Warren McFaddcn. who rcd- 
shirted due to injury last season. 

"We have some freshman that we arc 
going to rely on heavily," Jones said. 
"It's a hard call, but those guys have 
been impressive in preseason and fall 
drills, and so going in, we'll count on 
those guys." 

The 2005 season began with unprec- 
edented high expectations, as the team 
was Baseball America's preseason No. 
I . Anchored by a strong veteran core 
that was highlighted by current pro 
Brian Boguscvic and Micah Owings, 
Tulane totaled a 56-12 overall record, 
captured the Conference USA champi- 
onship and the second College World 
Scries appearance in school history. 
The end, however, was bitterly disap- 



Kicc, the 2003 national champion. The 
Owls begin the season ranked No. 7 by 
Baseball America, five spots ahead of 
Tu lane's preseason ranking, 

"We arc second in C-USA with 
regional appearances in the history of 
the conference, we've been 1 7 times.™ 
Jones said. "East Carolina has been 2 1 
times, they lead the conference. Hous- 
ton has been 16 times. Rjcc 14, so that's 
going to be tough." 

Outside of conference play the Green 
Wave will have tougher competition 
due to last season's success. 

"South Alabama, they are picked to 
win their league. Oral Roberts, picked to 
win their league. Pcppcrdinc. picked to 
win their league - and the best Pepper- 
dine team they've had since they won 
the World Scncs in '92." Jones said of 
this year's non-con fcrcncc opponents. 
mother challenging schedule 
to sa> the least" 

After having to live up to the pressure 
of _ a ft Jp l ra nk j flfl last year. jhcQrccn 



pointing. 

A startling loss to Baylor sent the 
Green Wave home much earlier than 
Jones anticipated. That loss, however, 
serves as the springboard for the 2006 
edition of Tulane baseball. 

Amidst the conference shakcups 
across the country, C-USA lost tradi- 
tional basketball and football power- 
houses Marquette, Cincinnati, DcPaul 
and Louisville. While most of the 
attention centered on those sports, it 
was almost ignored that C-USA was 
transformed into one of the NCAA's 
most powerful baseball conferences. 

The biggest newcomer challenger to 
Tulanc's defense of the C-USA title is 



Wave find optimism in this season's 
No. 12 ranking. 

"You never know how a season is 
going to go. look at last year, we beat 
Arizona State three times, badly." Jones 
said. "That was in February, but in June 
they arc in the College World Series and 
stay longer than we do. 

"W'c arc going to keep playing and sec 
how it goes, and have our young guys 
grow up in the process. We may take 
some lumps early, but we won't be too 
down about it. we'll keep playing." 

The Green Wave begins its quest for 
a repeat trip to the World Series at noon 
today against TCU at Houstor, 
Maid Park. 



Bullpen still crucial 



:juib^s_S.ubramanyam 

assistant iporti editor 

Last year, head coach Rick Jones had one of the 
biggest luxuries a college baseball coach could 
hope for. 

It wasn't the powerful offense, solid defense up 
the middle or even a solid one-two punch carrying 
the rotation. It was the bullpen, widely considered 
one of the best in college baseball. The Green Wave 
was 49-0 when carrying a lead into the ninth inning 
prior to its season-ending loss to Baylor lust sum- 
mer. 

But even with sophomore Sean Morgan and 
senior Billy Mohl leaving the bullpen to join the 
starling rotation, this year's group might be turn 
out to be just as dominant as 200S's. 

"I think our bullpen has the potential to be as good 
as last year," junior right-hander Daniel Latham 
said. "We've got a really talented bunch that I think 
is going to prove a lot." 

But considering how successful lost year's group 
was, and with the added importance of the bullpcn's 
role with lust year's top two starters now in the 
pros, there will be a ton of pressure on the group to 
perform ut n high level. 

Bui this year's bullpen is not phased by the added 



pressure. 

"There's always pressure, especially at the end of 
a game," senior Blake Walker said. "Tulanc's had a 
couple of great bullpens in the past, but I think it's 
good that we challenge ourselves." 

Latham, who is among 30 closers named to the 
NCBWA Stopper of the Year watch list, tallied a 
team-leading 1 3 saves in 3 1 appearances last year 
with a 3.22 ERA. Jones feels Latham has great loca- 
tion and control, characteristics essential for being 
an elite closer. 

"He's a consistent strike-thrower who throws 
high 80s and low 90s with a good breaking ball," 
Jones said. "He throws the bull down in the zone, so 
when he's on. he's going to get you a lot of put-outs 
if you play defense behind him." 

One of the newcomers on the staff, Walker, will 
be asked to be the Green Wave's primary setup man. 
The senior transfer from Duke sal out last season 
but appeared in 1 7 games his junior year, posting a 
3.23 ERA in 30.2 innings of relief. 

"Bloke Walker is a young man who really pitched 
well at Duke." Jones said. "He played three years 
at Duke. He did not play his senior year because he 
knew he was going to get his masters, so he wanted 
to have a year where he could go play in a program 
SEE BULLPEN: PAGE 8 



"Paco" ready to ignite Wave 



Ren FKenhpry 



staff writer 

Outfielder Nathan 
Southard returns for his 
senior season as one of 
the team's leaders. He 
was named preseason 
all-Amcrican by Col- 
legiate Baseball, and 
will patrol center field 
and lead-off as he did 
last season. 

After establishing 
himself as the every- 
day ccntcrfielder last 
scoson. Southard never 
looked hack. He led the 
team, and Conference 
USA, in runs scored (80), 
led the team in total bases 
( 1 57). and racked up 16 stolen 
buses at the top of one of the most 
dominant lineups in college base- 
ball. 

I lc w.is constant!) on Wise with 




Southard i- a prrwjion Ml- \mciujn 



a batting average of .341 and a 
stellar .429 on base percentage. 
Referred to as "Paco" b\ team- 
mates and fens. Southard also 
started all 68 games for the Green 






kSt vciMJO. 
"He's a leader and a table- 
setter offensively in the 1 cade IT 

SEE PACO: PAGE 8 



Coach ready for exciting post-Katrina season 




Bi'nnypQwrll 



US-SIM I4t If l/Sir/l fl/ltOf 

Coming otl'of a season that started in excitement, ranked UnscKill 
i's No. I preseason team, but ended In leap, w> ith ■ dtt\ ■Stat- 

s in tho College World Series* the! iron Wave came in to the 

5 season looking to rebuild. Still, the adversity did not end last 
summer in Omaha. Tulune enters the season with an unplayable 
stadium due to Hurricane Kntrinn. 

IThc Hullabaloo recently spoke with head conch Rick 
Jones nbout rebuilding, and getting back to Omaha. 
It u 1 1 11 b u I o o : How docs the team vio v. prac- 
ticing and playing at Zephyr field this year? 
Rick Jones: 1 think it's a great alternative to 1 'urchin I Stadium) 
When you don't have the ability to plo> there We've played ) ; 



ball games there since it has been Open. We"\ e won IW 
fcrcncc USA tournament championship-, there We've won 
a Super Regional to go to out tirsi i allege World Scrit 

it's not a place that's foreign to our players, it's o great venue 

When v "u considei the circumstances, ii '■ i greal option 
it: Him would you describe the team iinocd during the Inh) i 

practice, coming of the heartbreaking Ion m tl i 

RJ: That was a heartbreaking kM, but to I I 

in the College World Series, you have to be In the ' 

Series With the exception ol DOt » Inning the National <. hninpi- 

onship, i is probebl) u ymn\ ol ■ yeai thai you can hope to has c 

II : so the team is moving I o r w a r d " 
RJ: It's all new, and it's OXClting Starting mow U hen -<mi lose 

as man> players aa wo did ofl ol last year *a club, then 

obviously going to have a younger. loSS-eXpCJ icnced tci 



the next year Hut, the good news is this club is talented It's 
• ell for the future lb be good eve; 

•i ^f * transition ye- 
ll: How was recruiting affected by the burrit 
RJ: Wte couldn't off-eel I ^n Pm sitting there telling (a pro- 
spect iv o play or I how it was going to be a great city, and they 
i NN. that's three weeks earlier with 
buildings still under water, even though at that lime the city 
WSJ no longer under water 1 hose things were hard Ii 
II: How doycufcd about the team '» No Oranktogmlla^eKiH \mcr»oi 
K.I: lt'» probably valid There arc onlv iw.. rankings * year 
that mean anything The tirst .«nc and the last OfK the I 

rates Interest 

and builds momentum, the I 

you did It you are ranked every year In the lot, 

SEE COACH PAGE 9 



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The eyes and the ears of the Tulane community 

Tulane Hullabaloo 



17 Februa ry 2006 

Sobering news 
for Greek life 



Volume 96, Issue 3 



Kim Rorneman 



news co-editor 
A moratorium on all fra- 
ternity and sorority events 
involving alcohol was 
announced Tuesday in an 
effort to educate the commu- 
nity in risk management. This 
is a result of risky behaviors 
demonstrated by students, 
both Greek and non-Greek. 

According to a memo 
released by Kevin Bailey, 
assistant vice president for 
student affairs and chief judi- 
cial officer, a Greek event is 
any event that could be con- 
strued as a chapter function 
on campus, on the grounds 
of the chapter house, or any- 
where members congregate 

"What we're 

looking for is 

if it takes a 
year to do it or 

a week do do 

it to get these 

educational 

components 
to be installed 

in the 

organizations, 

in the 

chapters and 

particularly in 
the members." 

Jacob Bolin, 

director of 

fraternity 

and sorority 

programs 



in the name of the organiza- 
tion, although recruitment 
activities will proceed as 



scheduled. 

"Several people within the 
university community and 
especially those who work 
directly with the students 
and in particular the Greeks 
are concerned about student 
behaviors and safety," Jacob 
Bolin, director of fraternity 
and sorority programs, said. 
"That goes beyond overdrink- 
ing, that's drug use, that's 
poor decisions in regard to 
their sexual behavior." 

The administration has left 
it up to the Inter-fraternity 
Council and the Pan-Hellenic 
Council to determine exactly 
what program will be imple- 
mented to educate students. 
Once this program has been 
completed, the moratorium 
will be lifted. 

"It's all about trust and 
building relationships, about 
action with the students and 
start[ing] a dialogue about 
what they like and don't like 
about Greek life," Bailey 
said. 

Leaders of the Greek com- 
munity agree. 

"Today we met to create 
a proposal, and tonight it 
will be sent to the adminis- 
tration. Regardless of how 
many people have gone to 
the hospital, people just aren't 
being responsible, Greek or 
non-Greek. We need to make 
sure that we are acting appro- 
priately, which will effect 
everyone else as well," Mor- 
gan Simpson, IFC president 
said. 

The proposal presented by 
the IFC involves five repre- 
sentatives from each chap- 
ter receiving training in five 
risk-related areas: drinking 
and drugs, responsible host 
training, hazing, sexuality, 
and community development. 
These representatives are 
then responsible for educat- 

SEE GREEKS: PAGE 5 



www.thehullabaloo.com 




test at Tulane 



Alexandra Broypna 

contributing writer 

Students sent an unusual 
Valentine's Day gift to Presi- 
dent Scott Cowen and the 
Newcombn~ulane Task Force 
this Tuesday. As the univer- 
sity board members that com- 
pose the task force met in Gib- 
son Hall, hundreds of students 
paraded around the building 
for the Imagine Protest. They 
carried signs reading, "Dump 
Cowen Not Engineering" and 
chanted, "Next time, you'll be 



sorry." Students also lined up 
to sign petitions. 

Despite the frustration and 
anger that manifested, the 
event was peaceful and almost 
therapeutic. Undergraduates, 
graduates and professors 
joined to force their voice on 
an administration that they 
claimed has ignored them. 
Rally leaders attacked the 
administration's renewal plan 
for refusing student input and 
cutting them out of Tulane. 

"We actually do care; 
we're not an apathetic student 



body," Olivia Watkins, New- 
comb senior, shouted over the 
crowd. "We have until March 
1 5 to make a difference." 

On that day, the Newcomb/ 
Tulane task force will make its 
decision regarding the future 
or perhaps more likely dis- 
solution of the two colleges. 
Students, however, have dem- 
onstrated they will not watch 
passively as Tulane changes 
around them. 

Originally, the Imagine 
Protest was to be a New- 
comb sponsored class walk- 



out. Leaders of the Newcomb, 
Tulane, Architecture and 
Engineering schools realized, 
however, that the whole stu- 
dent body needed to express 
its anger and demands. 

"Since I've been here, 
the student voice has been 
squashed more and more 
every year," said Lewis 
Lowe, Tulane College Sen- 
ate President and one of the 
major organizers of the Imag- 
ine Protest. Leaders from all 
four colleges decided a walk- 

SEE NEWCOMB: PAGE 



Bands rally for athletics benefit 




As part of the Hurricane s«ah D«crijior a ,o\su<t rhotognpher 

Tulane students perform at Howlin' Wolf on Saturday night 



Fmily Hnhenwater 

assoriarp npws editor 

Rebuilding Fundraising Drive, 
the Tulane University athletic 
department held a benefit concert 
at The Howlin' Wolf on Saturday 
night. 

The event featured three Tulane 
bands as well as the Rebirth Brass 
Band. Tickets were S10 for stu- 
dents and suggested donation of 
S15 for adults. More than SI, 200 
was raised for use by the athletic 
department. 

Betsey Koban, a senior finance 
major of the Tulane Business 
School, organized the event with 
the help of Travis Goff, director 
of development in the athletic 
department, and Stewart Schayot 
from The Howlin" Wolf. 



Koban, an avid sports fan, 
enjoyed watching Tulane football 
while she attended the Univer- 
sity of Colorado at Boulder last 
semester. She came up with the 
idea of the concert as a "thank 
you" to Tulane and an apprecia- 
tion for sports. 

"Sports were the cement that 
kept us together," Koban said, 
referring to last semester. "Foot- 
ball and sports were the only 
way to be united. Wherever I 
was watching a football game I 
knew that 8,000 other students 
were doing the same thing." 

A crowd of several hundred 
packed The Howlin' Wolf, includ- 
iog members of the athletic 
department and students. 

"The concert brought a differ- 
ent type of crowd than the typical 



crowd for athletic events, a whole 
new type of student," Koban said. 
"I'm so thankful and appreciative 
for everyone that came out." 

The atmosphere of the concert 
was very relaxed as Caloosa and 
Jason Greenwood, both Tulane 
bands, opened the show. Rebirth 
Brass Band then took the stage 
playing classic New Orleans 
songs. The Zoo, a Tulane band, 
finished the night. The concert 
helped promote Tulane bands as 
well as the athletic department. 

"Rebirth has the greatest music 
ever," The Zoo's bass player Ari 
Michaeli said. "It's totally New 
Orleans." 

Having Rebirth play at the 
event had special significance 
for Michaeli. 

"When I think of New Orleans 



three bands come to mind, and 
Rebirth is one of them," Michaeli 
said. 

The event's organizers felt like 
their work paid off. 

"[It was] absolutely a success," 
said Travis Goff, external affairs 
officer of the athletic department. 
"Definitely a great crowd. Every- 
one had a good time." 

"I was glad to see people just 
as pumped up as I was," Koban 
said. "It was good to see people 
appreciate the work you put into 
something." 

The concert was only the 
beginning of fund-raising for 
Tulane athletics. 

"We are just embarking on the 
Hurricane Rebuilding Fundrais- 
ing Drive," Goff said. 




SPORTS 

Tulane Hosts No 3 Memphis 
Fogelman's marquee men's 
basketball matchup set for 7pm 
Saturday PAGE 10 




NEWS 

Student band marches on 

Revived band to appear in 

Krewes 

PAGE 5 




VIEWS 

Fine Arts 

New Cartoonist makes 

zany debut 

PAGE 6 



10 

17 February 2006 



Sports 



l he lulane Hullabaloo 



No, 3 Memphis comes to Fogelman 



sports editor 

i hu ( irecn Wave men's basket 
ball team will lake on iu highest 
ranked opponent of the season 
tomorrow when it hnsis No ( 
Memphis ;il 7 p.m. 

"They .ire .is athletic of a team 
US I have seen in the last five 
years," Tulane head coach I >a\ e 

Dickerson said. "We will have 
to he prepared for their strengths 
in order to win the game. They 
are an outstanding rebounding 
team, and they pressure you 
for 40 minutes offensively and 
defensively." 

As a former assistant coach 
for Maryland, Dickerson is no 
stranger to big games against 
ranked teams. 

"We can be successful because 
of the enthusiasm of our crowd." 



he laid " I he students have been 

ere. il all \ ear. and with Only two 

home games left, we need ihem 
all there I hej 
hi i \ e us a 
major edge on 

Saturday." 

I he Tigers 
(23-2 overall. 
9-0 in Confcr- 
ence USA) 
receh ed one 
first-place vote 
in the ESPN/ 
USA Today 

coach's poll, and its only losses 
have come at the hands of No. 2 
Duke and No. 6 Texas. 

Barring a major upset. Mem- 
phis is cruising toward a No. 1 
seed in the NCAA tournament 
next month. 

Dickerson bclic\ es there is an 
equation for his team producing 



that upset. 

"The recipe for the upset is 
team rebounding and tokfl 

of the basket- 
ball. "he said. 
"If we can 
win those two 
areas, we will 
have a chance 
at winning." 
Memphis 
boasts at least 
three players 
expected to 
"" hit the NBA 
as early as next season: senior 
Rodney Carney (team-best 18.0 
points per game), sophomore 
Darius Washington. Jr. (14.0 
points and 3.8 assists per game) 
and freshman Shawnc Williams 
(13.1 points and 6.3 rebounds per 
game). 

Also, Saturdav's game will 




likel) be the l.r.i 
contest for most Tulanc students 
to attend, with the final home 
game coming March 1 -during 
spring break. 

V it tint is not enough to 
entice students to come out to 
Fogelman Arena, the athletic 
department has a slew of promo- 
tions including the guaranteed 
giveaway of a scooter from Big 
Easy Scooters as a reward for a 
paper airplane-throwing contest. 
There will also be various restau- 
rant and hotel prizes given away 
throughout the night. 

Wall Residential College will 
be throwing a prc-gamc party at 
its hall at 4:30 p.m., while the 
A.B. Freeman School of Business 
is sponsoring prc-gamc fesm idea 
outside the arena at 5 p.m. 



Baseball defeats Texas Tech, Texas; falls to TCU 

Everett hit an RBI single to tie the 
game. That would be all the for 
Green Wave offense, which could 
not figure out reliever Shawn Fer- 
guson ( I -0) gave up just one hit 
in 2 2 3 innings. 

After toppling Texas Tech. the 
Green Wave was led by senior 
right-hander Billy Mohl < 1-0). 
who shut down the Longhorns 
offense at Minute Made Park in 
Houston. The two teams played 
in front of an announced crowd 
of over 27.000. 

"It's nice playing in a big league 
ballpark," junior inficlder Mark 
Hamilton said. "A lot of us grew 
up around Houston, so those of us 
who hadn't played there have seen 
a lot of Astros games at Minute 
Maid growing up." 

Mohl pitched seven innings, 
allowing just six baserunners 
while striking out five against the 
Longhoms who were ranked No. 
1 heading into the season. Latham 
pitched a perfect final two innings 
for his first save of the season in a 
game dominated by pitching. 
"It was really pitching and defense 
against the Longhoms," Jones said. 
"It'll be a good RPI win for us." 

Jones wasn't ready to celebrate just yet, 
though. 

"You don't read into scores too much in 
the first part of the season because you're still 
trying to find out what you have," he said. 

Still, avenging last year's College World 
Scries loss to the Longhoms was on the play- 
ers' minds. 

"It always feels good to beat Texas," Ham- 
ilton said. "So many of us are from Texas and 
it's nice to get that revenge after last year." 




shman pinch hitter Aj.i Barto jnd C 

Ben Eise nbp rg 



go 2 and 1 in Houston Baseball Classic 



staff writer 

The Green Wave opened by winning two of 
it's first three games in the Houston Baseball 
Classic last weekend, highlighted by a 4-2 
win over the defending national champion, 
Texas. 

"It was a good showcase weekend," head 
coach Rick Jones said. "We played two teams 
in ranked the top 20 and a very tough Texas 
Tech team. It was a real good weekend for 
our program.* 1 

The team also defeated fexas lech 6-4 



Saturday after dropping the season opener 
to TCU 5-3 the night before. 

The Green Wave took TCU into extra 
innings, thanks in part to a strong effort by 
junior starter Brandon Gomes. Gomes pitched 
(i 1 3 innings and did not allow an earned run 
with while striking out four. 

Junior Daniel Latham (0- 1 ) took the loss 
after giving up three runs in three innings of 
work out of the bullpen as the Homed Frogs 
won the game in the tenth inning. 

TCU. the preseason favorites to win Con- 
ference USA, led 3-2 heading into the bottom 
of the seventh inning when sophomore Cat 



Another losing season 



itaff wrftai 

Two consecutive road lo*sc% 
this week guaranteed that the 
Tulanc men's basketball squad 
will finish the regular season 
with a losing record. Its third 
straight. 

Following a 72-5 1 low at UCF 
on Saturday night, the upset- 
minded Green Wave (9-14, 4-6 
C-USA) traveled to Birmingham 
on Wednesday to take on UAB 
(18-5, 8-2 C-Ls V) 

After trailing at one point 
by 14. the Green Wave battled 
to within two points at 82-80 
with less than one minute to go. 
With possession of the ball and 
a chance to tic the game. Blaz- 
er Paul Dclancy stole the ball, 
leading to a three-pointer by New 
Orleans native Squecky Johnson 
that sealed the victory. 

"I am proud of our effort." 
Tulanc head coach Dave Dick- 
erson said. "We played hard for 
40 minutes against one of the best 
teams in the country. We thought 
their style could help our offen- 
sive production, and it did, [but] 
just not enough." 

Tulanc's leader Quincy Davis 
scored 20 points and grabbed 10 
rebounds in the game. 

His fourth point of the night 
gave Davis 1 ,000 points in his 
Tulanc career, the 28th Grccnic 
to accomplish that plateau. He 




Dul* Korr* 10 

Ion to UAB 

is the 14th player in Tulanc hi»- 
tory with 1. 000 points and 500 
rebounds. 

The Green Wave can finish at 
best 1 3- 1 4 in the regular season if 
it wins its last four games. Tulanc 
currently holds the eighth spot 
in C-L'SA standings and would 
likely ha\c to win the conference 
tournament to cam a berth in the 
NC AA Toumam cnt . 

Memphis, ranked No. 3 in the 
nation, visits Fogelman Arena 
tomorrow at 7 p.m. The Tigers 
(23-2. 9-0 in C-USA) have only 
lost to Duke and Texas this sea- 



Baseball wins home opener 

BpnEisenbpro 

Staff writer 

Red-shirt freshman starting pitcher Stephen Porlier and the Green 
Wave greeted the home fans in style Tuesday night with a 5-3 win 
over McNccsc Sl Porlier ( 1 -0) shincd in his first career Green Wa\ e 
start, throw ing seven shutout innings. 

"It felt good to play in front of the home crowd and show their 
support," sophomore starting pitcher Scan Morgan said. "It's nice 
to see people come out and give us the time of day coming off the 
big win against Texas." 

Porlier allowed just four hits and a walk while striking out three. 
He hadn't started since high school, when he suffered an elbow 
injury and had to undergo Tommy John surgery. 

The Green Wave received major offensive contributions from 
sophomore Brad Emaus and freshman Aja Bono. Emaus w cm 3 -4 
with an RBI and Barto hit his first career home run at Tulanc. His 
two-run shot in the fifth highlighted a four-run inning for Tulanc. 
Emaus added an RBI, single in the inning. 

The team has jumped out to a strong start despite being inexpe- 
rienced at several positions. Jones has been impressed with his new 
starters so far. 

"Nate Simon has had some good at bais for us. Johnr 
is playing solid at third." Jones said. "Max Kwan is catching *cry 
w ell and having good at bats. Those guys, along with our pitcher* 
are dotng the job for us so far." 

The Green Wa\c hosts Pcnn State for a three-game series begin- 
ning tonight at Zcph\r Field t" p.m.). 



the basement 



The uncertain future of Tulane athletics 



Lu'Aii Ujv.l: 



staff writer 

Many tilings upset me about Tulanc's Renewal 
Plan. 

The loss of key departments, the merging of our 
unique coordinate college system, the complete lack 
of student involvement and the hypocrisy, in mission 
\ oi siis dcpanmcnt.il cuts all come to mind. 

However, 1 have come to accept the changes 
laid out in the renewal plan as permanent, and I am 
mo\ ing on. Why fight something that is not going 
to change? Like even one should, 1 am now work- 
ing to retain what 1 can from the I ulanc I applied 
to and will graduate from in Ma\ 

I keep coming back to one aspect of the renewal 
plan that has seemingly been brushed under the 
proverbial rug: the loss of eight athletic teams. 

Is athletics rcall\ that important when dealing 
with a situation such as outs ' When we arc cutting 
entire schools, is there even a question ol keep- 
ing athletics around ' Well, Tulane did keep some 
of the "major" sports but cut others. We arc now 
eight teams shy of the minimum 16 required for 



participation in Di\ ision-l \t \ A athletics, Wc 
have a five-year exemption from this requirement, 
but what happens in (h e years? 

M\ initial feelings were of anger. As a friend 
.•I nunc called the situation "Carrying the torch to 
get burned," referring to President Scott Cow en's 
declaration that student athletes would carry the 
torch fol lul.ine I imersit) last tall Many did. only 
to find out that in the renewed Tulonc, there would 
not he .i spot tor tennis, golf, sw inmiing, soccer and 
men's cross country and track. 

Sadly, these were some of our most successful 
teams. 

The decisions rendered Dec B forecast a very 
murky future for Tulanc athletics. Of course, this 
>liouUI come .is no surprise to those familiar w nh 
lulane athletics Most of the undergraduates wen 
not around for the last mOJOl threat 10 athletics at 

rulane. 

When 1 w as a freshman, Tulanc scriousl) consid- 
ered eliminating football ormo\ ing down to a lower 
di\ ision I UCkil) fbl sports fans, lulane decided 
against these plans, and Cow en campaigned for 
fairness and pant) in Di\ Ision I athletics 



Thus, it came as no surprise to mc that Tulanc 
scrutinized athletics In the broad and far-reaching 
renew al plan. 

I offer no solution to the athletics problem. There 
arc way too main sides of the issue, and wc arc first 
and foremost a university focused on enhancing 
its academic standing However, the athletics CUU 
bring up interesting issues about collegiate athlet- 
ics For example, why is there a minimum sports 
requirement tor intercollegiate athletics * 

for schools hkc I'ulnne. which typlcallj loses 
mono) on athletics. wh> sponsor 16 teams, most 
of which dram money from the school? 

Don't get mc wrong. I like the sports that arc 
implicated in the cuts and ultimntcU think thc\ 
should exist al Tulanc and all schools. But why arc 
the> required } 

One argument is that it allows students who 
would Othcrw isc not be able to attend college a 
chance to do so. That is certain!) true lor sports like 
football and basketball, but can sou rcall) make 
that argument about country club sports like tennis 
and golf? It is an interesting question, and one for 
which I do not have an answ cr 



Perhaps COWCTJ will make this one of hi* mans 
banner issues and start a crusade about the hin- 
drances faced by programs like Tulanc under N< \ \ 
requirements 

In the nevt few years, the onl) thing certain 
about Tulanc athletics i> that changes will ha\e to 
be made. At eight teams, wc cannot even compete si 
non-scholarship Division III If we want to remain 
Pi\ Ision 1. there will be a lot of teams starting from 
scratch. 

Furthermore, until a decision is made. I cannot 
imagine that Tulanc recruiters will have much suc- 
cess try Ing to attract top-tier student athletes to a 
school that they could \ cry welt be forced to transfer 
from a year artcr they w ere recruited. These are most 
definite!) sad times for Tulanc athlc 

That being said, the changes in athletics arc about 
the onl) aspects of the renewal plan that arc not set 
in stone - -s heard, on ehhc 

of the I 

This is something that has to be revisited in the 

\ cry near future, and I am sure that students will, at 

least in some small degree, factor into the decision. 

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The eyes and the ears of the Tulane community 

Tulane Hullabaloo 



24 February 2006 



Volume 96, Issue 4 



www.thehullabaloo.com 



Indians display Carnival flair 




Mardi Gras Indians celebrate long 
history of helping African Americans 



A Mardi Gras Indi 



LEE SAVON Y\ II MOCHA I'HY EDITOR 

an performs a traditional dance in front of McAlister Auditorium. 



A) tambhekarand Iri^ Va n c e 

contributing writers 

In the spirit of Mardi Gras, tribesmen from 
Wild Tchoupitoulas, Golden Comanches and 
Mohawk Hunters tribes gave Tulane Univer- 
sity students a traditional Indian performance 
Wednesday on the steps of McAlister Audi- 
torium. 

Five men danced and sang in enormous color- 
ful feather headdresses bejeweled with glass and 
adorned with elaborate beaded images of Indians 
on horseback, owls, wolves and eagles. 

Their vocalizations were rich and captivating 
as they performed traditional call-and-response 
songs. Students and staff joined in, taking turns 
dancing with yellow feathers. 

After the presentation, the Mardi Gras Indi- 
ans shared their culture and history. The tra- 
dition dates back to the first Indian-assisted 
African American escape in 1725. Indian tribes 
such as the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminoles 
helped African Americans escape from slavery 
and leam to live off the land. 

Big Chief Rod Sylvas of the Wild Tchopi- 
toulas tribe applauded the underground railroad 
network and explained the fundamental kinship 
between the two groups. 

"Since [the African Americans of the Indian 
tribes] had similar traditions — being tribal 
— they really understood freedom," he said. 

Since then, African Americans have paid 
respect to their Indian friends in the West Afri- 



can tradition of emulating one another's cos- 
tumes at important events. 

But the Mardi Gras Indians' history is more 
than an expression of friendship. 

According to Peter Davis, the vice president 
for Black Arts at Tulane University, the Indians 
represent "fighting for what's yours." He said 
the Indians are a "reflection of history." 

The Mardi Gras Indians have long been asso- 
ciated with a history of violence. In the early 
part of the 1 900s, shooting, stabbing and hatchet 
attacks were the manifestations of resentment 
between various tribes. In the 1 940s, this com- 
petitive spirit began to transform into a show- 
down of costume and performance. 

The Mardi Gras Indians costume themselves 
in a style that blends Plains Indian aesthetics 
with traditional African sensibilities. Costumes 
are made from ostrich feathers, sequins, rhine- 
stones, glass jewels and the elaborate, labor- 
intensive beadwork emblematic of the Mardi 
Gras Indians. 

These costumes often weigh more than a 
hundred pounds and can cost from S 1 8,000 to 
$57,000 to make. After thousands of hours of 
intense craftsmanship, these pieces of living 
artwork are worn only once. 

"If you ain't dedicated and motivated to 
do this, you ain't gonna look like this," Big 
Chief Wallace Pardo of the Golden Coman- 
ches said. 

SEE INDIANS: PAGE 4 



Renewal widens disconnect Mardi Gras spirit reigns 



contributing writer 

Rarely at Tulane University do 
students rally around a single cause. 
Lately however, changes on campus 
have led to student action and the 
rising concern for student-admin- 
istration communication. 

Students gathered on Newcomb 
quad last week to raise their voices 
against a bevy of perceived wrongs 
committed by the administration at 
Tulane. The issues included some of 
the key points of the controversial 
Renewal Plan, a package deal to 
which no student or faculty member 
contributed. 

The release of the plan raised 
controversy. Students and faculty 
claim they should have been con- 
sulted before the changes were 



made. 

"Katrina is a convenient excuse," 
Lindsey Cantwell, a Newcomb 
College junior, said. "But this 

[unresponsiveness] existed well 
before the hurricane. Campus is a 
miserable place to be. There are no 
chairs, no food, no place to be on 
campus since they tore down the 
University Center." 

The Renewal Plan has fanned the 
flames of discontent with unpopular 
changes such as the dissolution of 
Newcomb and Tulane colleges and 
all but two engineering programs. 

The description of the Renewal 
Plan includes concerns of academic 
ascendancy, financial stability and 
reputation. This has led many Tula- 
nians to believe that the heart of 
the university does not reside with 
its student body, but with its bank 



account. 

"Tulane is a business, and we are 
just clients," Cantwell said. 

Tulane Vice President and Chief 
of Staff Anne Banos does not under- 
stand tins financial mindset. "Many 
administrators are Tulane gradu- 
ates," she said. "Our investment 
here is personal and emotional. 

"The administration and [Presi- 
dent] Cowen have been extremely 
transparent and willing to talk about 
the [Renewal Plan] situation," she 
added. 

University Student Government 
President Peter Young and Associ- 
ated Student Body President Annan 
Sadeghpour both agree the way the 
students were notified of the plan 
was wrong. 

SEE DISCONNECT: PAGE 3 




New levee system to secure New Orleans 



news editor 

After weeks of deliberation and dispute, Loui- 
siana government officials have finally passed two 
bills that will consolidate local levee boards into 
one overarching authority. 

Senate Bills 8 and 9, written by Sen. Walter Boas- 
so, R-Arabi, and supported by Governor Kathleen 
Blanco, will create the Southeast Louisiana Flood 
Protection Authority, which will oversee eight par- 
ishes and replace the individual boards. 

"Katrina taught us that a patchwork of disjointed 
levee boards does not work for Louisiana," Blanco 
said in committee testimony. 

It is hoped the consolidation of the boards will 
improve efficiency of management and levee proj- 



ects and lean more toward flood protection. Blanco 

also believes the authority will secure federal dollars 
by showing that the state will spend it wisely. 

"If we don't do this right. Congress will send 
this money to other states," Blanco said. 

The consolidated board should also eliminate 
opportunities for patronage. 

The board must abide by strict ethics rules. They 
are restricted from political campaigns, lobbying 
and doing business with groups that may cause 
conflicts of interests. 

The governor will make board appointments 
with approval from the Senate. However, nomina- 
tions to the board will be made by engineers and 
public interest groups, which will limit the number 
of candidates the governor may choose from. 

The plan calls for the majority of board members 



to have backgrounds in engineering, hydrology or 
other fields related to water control. Several members 
of the board must come from outside the Southeast 
Louisiana area and may be from out of state. 

The new levee authority will be separated into 
two collaborating sections: East and West. 

The East authority will reach from St. Bernard to 
St. John the Baptist parishes on the East Bank and 
include the areas below Interstate 1 2 in St. Tammany 
and Tangipahoa parishes on the North Shore. It will 
control flood issues in the Ponchartrain Basin. 

The West authority will oversee Orleans and Jef- 
ferson parishes on the West Bank of the Mississippi 
River and face flood issues in the Barataria Basin. 

The levee-taxing districts will remain the same, 
however, their flood protection authorities will be 
unified. 



The new system will also change the levee law 
enforcement. Special levee police forces will be 
dissolved and will be replaced by local sheriffs or 
police departments. 

The bill originally did not separate the East and 
West riverbanks. It was therefore stalled in the Sen- 
ate and rewritten. Blanco and Boasso reshaped their 
plan in time for a 12-day special session devoted 
to storm recovery in the House of Representatives, 
which voted for the bills almost unanimously, 98-3 
on Senate Bill 8 and 99-0 for the companion con- 
stitutional amendment of Senate Bill 9. 

Opponents of the bill are concerned over the 
taxing situation and wish to discuss it further. 

"We're entering something new in the world of 
politics in Louisiana," Boasso said. "The future of 
our state is going to depend on changes like this." 







SPORTS 

Conference Tournaments 

Tulane teams wrap up 
seasons for C-USA action 
starting this week PAGE 10 




ARCADE 

2006 Mardi Gras Guide 

The arcade goes behind 
the scenes with key Mardi 
Gras revelers MAGAZINE 




VIEWS 

Well said 

Shots fired at Vice Presi- 
dent Cheney throughout 
section PAGE 6 



10 

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Sports 



The Tulane Hullabaloo 



Wave Rolls Over Penn St. in Sweep 




Junior Malt Fookcl pitched .1 



Mghth inning 



sweep Pen 



Ben Eisfnhprg 



it/iff writer 

It's early in the season, but so far it looks as 
though the Green Wave hasn't lost a step following 



last year's College World Scries run. Dominant 
starting pitching and an explosive offense led to 
an impressive three-game sweep of Penn State at 
Zephyr Field last weekend. 

Tulane outscored Penn State by a 30-7 margin. 



it leul nine runs in each win. 
Friday night, they pulled away early with 
a five-run third inning en route to a 9-4 
win. Sophomore right-hander Scon Mor- 
gan struck out 1 1 on Saturday to lead the 
team to a 1 2-0 blowout, and senior starting 
pitcher Billy Mohl looked strong as the 
Wave took Sunday's series finale 9-3. 

The Green Wave continued to get 
strong pitching from their starters, begin- 
ning with junior Brandon Gomes. Gomes 
(1-0) picked up his first win and allowed 
only two earned runs in .six strong innings, 
striking out five along the way. By the 
time he exited the game, the offense had 
built un 8-2 cushion. 

"We pitched well all weekend," head 
couch Rick Jones said. "Wc also started 
to show some signs of consistency offen- 
sively." 

Sophomores Warren McFaddcn and 
Brad Emaus each contributed three RBIs 
to the effort, shorten 

Emaus, who belted a two-run home 
run in the third, continued his torrid pace 
after being named Conference USAplayer 
of the week. Emaus went 5-12 over the 
three -game stand. 

The lineup again put up big numbers 
Saturday, not that the Morgan ( 1 -0) need- 
ed the help. In six innings of work, the 
right-hander allowed just four hits and 
a walk while striking out a career-high 
1 1 batters. 

Morgan, who has had occasional con- 
trol issues, often started ahead in the count 
and walked only one. 

"I've been getting the first pitch over 

for a strike," Morgan said. "I'm relaxing a 

lot more, and trusting my defense. It also 

helps when your offense gives you eight runs to 

work with." 

Penn State starter Mark Wyner, on the other 
SEE BASEBALL ON PAGE 9 



Women's Basketball 
sweeps home stand 



Siih;i*. , ' 1 iihr,im,ir,/.<m 



aiuH mir tporlt editor 

Around this time tail year, head coach Lisa Stock* 
ton's team suffered consecutive lotsc* to Louisville 
and Cincinnati, leaving Tulane on the outside looking 
in for a conference tournament bid the first lime in 
Stockton's tenure. 

But this year, despite having a younger team, the 
only thing Stockton is worried about is what seed the 
team will be given after improving to 7-7 in confer- 
ence play (13-10 overall) over the weekend with two 
road games remaining before the tournament. The 
Green Wave swept its final home stand of the with a 
58-40 win over Marshall Friday and a thrilling 8 1 -78 
overtime win over East Carolina on Sunday. 

"With these two wins, 1 think we've put ourselves 
in position to finish in the top half of the conference." 
Stockton said. "1 think our focus should be on trying 
to win at least one, maybe both of these final road 
games. We've played well on the road this year, and 
1 think we need to continue that." 

Sophomore Nikki Luckhurst nailed a jumper to 
break a 75-75 tic with 26 seconds left in overtime 
Sunday and then hit a pair of crucial free throws to 
seal the win over the Pirates. 

Luckhurst scored all 1 8 ofher points in the second 
half and in overtime while freshman Ashley Langford. 
who found Luckhurst for the go-ahead bucket, set a 
school record with 1 3 assists. Langford now has 1 30 
assists on the season and is still on pace to break the 
Tulane single-season assist record- 
After Luckhurst's bucket, the Pirates had a chance 
to tie. but junior Jami Montagnino drew a charge with 
1 5 seconds remaining before Luckhurst and sophomore 
Jennifer Sands nailed four consecutive free throws. 
Montagnino led all scorers with 20 points and Sands 
added 1 7 ofher own as the Green Wave had one of its 
best offensive outputs of the season against a scrappy 
East Carolina team. 

"I thought for the most part we were on fire offen- 
sive," Stockton said. "We had to match their intensity 
SEE SEASON ON PAGE 9 



the basement 

Quotes that are out 
of this... country 



Wave Black and Blued by 40 



lenior itaff writer 

One of the most interesting dynamics I've observed in my five years of covering various 
levels of sports is the abundance of talking connected with a scarcity of thinking. 

There arc situations on football fields, in basketball locker rooms and at post-game press 
conferences where 1 go back to listen to my tape recorder and I just can't believe what I'm 
hearing. 

A couple years ago. Baron Davis answered one of my questions by saying something 
about Osama bin Laden. Ozzic Guillen told mc last year that he would help one of his play- 
ers cheat if they wanted to. Jalcn Rose said that ploying in Toronto was almost like playing 
in another country. 

A high school football coach in western Louisiana said of his 16-year old quarterback, 
knowing full-well he was on the record, "He's a 140-pound sophomore who's 5-foot-6; he 
really shouldn't be out there, but he's the best thing wc have to go to. If there was something 
wc could do about that wc would." 

My latest dunce is Memphis hcud coach John Calipari. Calipari is in his 1 4th year as a 
collegiate head coach and clearly the premier head coach of Conference USA, which he 
certainly believes makes him an expert." 

So I figured, let's have the good doctor diagnose our little program here at 
Tulane, which has a collective record of 69-101 since last making the NIT in 2000. 
Calipari: "[Tulane] needs a new stadium. They've got to step up. 

"I'll give you an example: Central Florida wants to win in football; now make the same 

commitment to basketball. Rice wanted to win 
in baseball. I saw their baseball stadium; it's 
unbelievable. Then they win the College World 
Scries. Well, do the same in basketball." 

Interesting. Got any of your famous onc-lin- 
crs for me to print alongside that quote? 

"Administrations win championships; bas- 
ketball coaches win bnllgamcs." Calipari phi- 
losophized. 

I think administrations also run the univer- 
sity and try to enhance its academic prestige 
too. but maybe that's just me. 

All of this expertise, by the way, comes 
without one single moment of hesitation. Not 
one pause to think about any external factors, 
large or small. 

Still, an interesting idea I guess. A new 
Fogclmnn Arena — sounds nice. 1 bet Tulane 
head coach Dave Dickcrson would agree \\ ith 
that. 

"We've had some setbacks with our school," 
Dickcrson said when presented with Calipari 's 

Huh? Setbacks? Mc no understand. 
I can't think of anv sctba — ah. you mean that 
SEE BASEMENT ON PAGE 8 




1 i,n !■ 1 ' i . t- . rs.i 



Rpnny Pnwfll 



iporti editor 

Residing in the 
city known as the 
birthplace of jazz, 
the Green Wave 
walked off of the 
floor of Fogelman 
Arena feeling the 
blues of Memphis 
last Saturday night, 
as the No. 3 Tigers 
defeated Tulane 105- 
65. 

Leading up to Sat- 
urday's loss before 
a reported crowd 
of 2,582. the Green 
Wave 9-15 (4-7 C- 
US A) came off a two 
game losing streak 
at Conference USA 
foes UAB and UCF. 
The Tigers, who lost 
by one point last sea- 
son in the C-USA 
championship game, 
won 12 straight and, 
at 24-2 (1 0-0). only 
lost to Texas and by 
three to Duke all sea- 
son. 

"Wc got beat by a 
better team tonight, 
they were rcalU 
good, they hav e a 
good couch, great 
players and thc> 
played great tonight 
and wc didn't." Dick- 
crson said. "It was 
very disappointing to 
lose the way wc lost 
because I know deep 
down in my heart we 
arc a better team than 
wc showed tonight." 

After taking a 9-7 on a Darius 
Washington Jr. lay up with 16:36 to 
play in the first half, the Tigers did 
not let up, going on a 1 5-2 run to push 
the score to 24-9. Memphis was able 
to keep the difference to at least 1 1 
points for the remainder of the open- 
ing half. 




Forward Dor\rticStilhandtheGrr*n »j\r (ou^huhr Tiptr tull--.ourt prc»i in iaS-fr51o*v 



"Defensively, we just didn't get the 
job done," center Quinc> Dfci 
"It just didn't look like us out there 
tonight. We didn't come out with what 
we needed to compete tonight." 

With the score 53-33 at the half. 
the Green Wa\ c shot 1 3-23 (56.5) 
from the field to the Tiger l 



performance; 20 of the Tigers 
first-half points came from turn- 
overs, Tulane gave awa> possession 
1 2 times, including nine steals by the 
Tigers in the opening 20 minutes. 

"Wc vvere just out-classed and out- 
manned tonight, there's no r'r 
MENS ft. BALL 



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Tulane Hullabaloo 



10 March 2006 



Volume 96, Issue 5 



www.thehullabaloo.com 



RTA aives rides to N.O. residents 




The St. Charles Streetcar will no run until 200 



Drew lohnson 



contributing "writer 

A significant piece of New Orleans culture is the network of 
streetcars that patrol around the garden district and downtown. But 
along with almost every other service of post-Katrina New Orleans, 
the network is undergoing much change. Several streetcar routes are 



currently not in service, most notably the St. Charles line. 

The streetcar network is managed by the New Orleans Regional 
Transit Authority. Katrina has been very hard on the organization, 
specifically because of the need for public transportation around 
the city. Not only responsible for the streetcars, RTA must maintain 
the system of public buses around the city as well. 

In the past, the streetcars have served as a cheap and efficient 



mode of transportation for the working class of New Orleans. But 
while the majority of the streetcars lines are still not operational, 
other transit agencies have donated buses to assist with the current 
problems with public transportation. 

The RTA, with support from FEMA, has eliminated all bus fares 
for students and citizens of New Orleans within Orleans Parish up 
until June 30 of this year, essentially meaning all resident Tulane 
students have free access to downtown on the bus system. This is 
specifically helpful considering the only streetcar lines currently 
operating are St. Charles on the Riverfront and Canal St. from the 
French Market stop on Esplanade to Prozat St. The temporary buses 
are running along the exact same route the St. Charles streetcar had 
previously, and the wait for boarding is usually around five to ten 
minutes. 

The implementation of extra bus loops has been quite effective 
thus far. The RTA buses are currently averaging 4500-5000 rides 
per day, and the increasing numbers show no signs of decreasing, 
though still down from pre-Katrina due to the discrepancy in return- 
ing New Orleanians. 

Don't expect the St. Charles line to be up and running any time 
soon, though. The task of restoring the line is a daunting one, and will 
cost anywhere from S10 to 12 million dollars. The RTA estimates 
that the streetcars will not be properly functioning until the second 
half of 2007, while most other lines should be ready by the end of 
this calendar year. The central problem concerning the St. Charles 
line, the one most frequented by Tulane and Loyola Students, comes 
from a lack of power, not a lack of cars. The St. Charles streetcars 
survived the storm with little to no damage, while cars from other 
areas like Canal St. waited in standing water for over two weeks after 
the hurricane. The cost for rehabilitating the interior and exterior 
of each car looks to be around a million each. 

On a more positive note, a portable energy substation donated by 
the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will help to power 
damaged lines. As previously mentioned, other transit agencies have 
been very compassionate and generous in aiding an organization 
that has never had to deal with such a large task of repair. 

The RTA is also negotiating a contract with FEMA and the 
Brookville Mining Company, which specializes in manufacturing 
mining equipment, but also deal with mass transit. Their aim is sim- 
ply to develop SEE RTA: p A GE 7 



N.O. changes face 



Olivi* Watkins 

senior staff -writer 

The New Orleans population has reached only 
about one third of its pre-Katrina number, yet many 
who now work and live in the city are not locals. 

Before the hurricane New Orleans boasted one of 
the largest minority populations in the United States. 
The 2000 Census placed the African-American 
population at 66.6% of the total, followed by 26.6% 
white, 3.1% Hispanic, and 2.3% Asian. 

Reconstruction efforts have not brought back 
equal numbers in 2006. The U.S. Secretary for 
Housing and Urban Development reports that only 
35-40% of the African-American population has 
returned. While Mayor Ray Nagin insists the demo- 
graphics of New Orleans will once again return to 
pre-Katrina status, the results are yet to be seen. 

The effects of Hurricane Katrina were dispro- 
portionate to the racial distribution of the popula- 
tion. A study by the Domestic Policy Division and 
the Congressional Cartography Program from the 
Library of Congress states that while there were 
484,674 people living in Orleans Parish pre-Katrina, 
an estimated 272,000 of the affected were African- 
American residents. 

Even more, a local study reports that "among the 
blacks living in Orleans Parish who were displaced 
by the storm, over one-third . . . were estimated to 
have been poor. . .compared to 14.6 percent of non- 
blacks." It is unreasonable to expect that those 
blacks of lower economic status forced to leave 
will be among those soon to return. 

However, many of those who are returning to 
the city are Hispanic. An article from nola.com 
noted that 60 to 70 percent of the "original Hispanic 
population of the New Orleans area has returned." 
But local Hispanic residents aren't the only ones 
coming back. In recent months, the Gulf Coast Latin 
American Association reported that 30,000 Latinos 
have mm ed into the area since the storm. Most of 



those coming into the city have come to participate 
in the continual construction work throughout the 
region. 

The question has now become not only who will 
come back, but who will stay. As the city's recon- 
struction is occurring slowly, it is realistic to expect 
that a substantial amount of those new residents who 
have come for work will stay, particularly those 
within the Hispanic population. 

Dr. Carl Bankston, a professor of Sociology at 
Tulane University, insists that "we can expect that 
some of those who have arrived as temporary work- 
ers will remain." However, he continued, "I do not 
think that the largest growth in the Latino population 
will be in New Orleans itself. ..I think that we can 
expect that even most of those working in Orleans 
Parish will settle outside the city itself." That was 
the case in areas in Florida after Hurricane Andrew 
caused unprecedented damage and required massive 
amounts of labor to rebuild. 

Now New Orleans must face the repercus- 
sions from the storm. The shifts in demographics 
will be a continuing factor in the city's development 
and progression. Along with the changing face of the 
city come concerns of heightened racial tension and 
a loss of black culture, and with changes there will 
undoubtedly be tension. But Dr. Bankston concludes 
that there is no easy answer. "I think [race rela- 
tions] is a serious social problem, but one without 
an immediately obvious solution. The association 
of race and poverty, created by a long and continuing 
history of both intentional and institutional discrimi- 
nation, has been a major factor in perpetuating de 
facto racial segregation." 

It will be years, maybe even decades, before 
New Orleans completes the healing process, both 
in population restoration and race relations. As the 
city is rebuilt, residents and the country will have 
the chance to see how New Orleans residents deal 
with change. 



City repairs roads 



Emily Hohenwarter 

assistant news editor 

Traffic conditions 
around campus are 
causing many students 
to complain. Broadway 
is littered with potholes, 
and most traffic lights are 
not working properly. 
According to a condi- 
tions report released by 
the City ofNew Orleans, 
95% of roads in our area 
have been inspected, and 
only 39% of signals are 
operational after Hurri- 
cane Katrina. 

Currently, only 19 
contracted workers are 
repairing signals in the 
entire city. As of Mar. 
6, Allen Yrle, the city's 
senior traffic engineer, 
said that most lights along 
Carrollton and Claiborne 
Avenues should be oper- 
ational, but many more 
are still out. 

Signal repairs through- 
out the city are expected 
to cost about S25 million 
all together. 

Originally, the City 
of New Orleans assumed sole 
responsibility for repairing its 
traffic signals, but a lack of funds 
and workers required that the city 
turn the responsibility of repair 
over to the state in October. 
, The complexity of New 
Orleans" signal system as well 
as the sheer amount of damage 
done to the city means that it will 




A temporary stop sign provdes d 



take time and outside contractors 
to finish the repairs, state traffic 
engineer Steve Glascock said. 
Glascock urged frustrated motor- 
ists to be patient. 

"This is a city-wide problem- 
City officials are not coming to 
our area and maintaining road 
signs," said Captain Jack LeB- 
lanc, the officer in charge of traf- 
fic at Tulane University Depart- 



ment of Public Safety. 

Road sign vandalism is also a 
problem on campus, andTUDPS 
officials have taken over the job 
of maintaining street signs on 
roads through campus. TUDPS 
has tried to place campus stop 
signs in secure, high places 
where they cannot be taken. 

"I'm constantly scared I'm 
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SPORTS 

Conference Tournaments 

Tulane teams wrap up 
seasons for C-USA action, 
recap inside PAGE 12 



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10 March 2006 



Sports 



the luiane Hullabaloo 



Tulane falls in 2nd round Courting the New 



Bfnny Pnwt-U 

tporti editor 

After defeating Marshall in 
the opening round of the men's 
Conference USA basketball tour- 
nament Wednesday, the Green 
Wave fell 75-56 to No. 5 Mem- 
phis Thursday. 

"I'm proud of this team," head 
conch Dave Dickcrson said. "We 
showed resiliency in our effort 
and our belief. These players were 
loj nl to the school to the city and 
most importantly as a first year 
head conch to mc." 

Memphis ran out tou 13-2 lead 
to start the game on then w aj to 
building a 47-19 halftime advan- 
tage. 

The Green Wave shot 8-26, 
30.8 percent from the field in the 



first hul fund allowed th. ! 
convert seven three-pointers, 

The Wave would go on to com- 
mit 27 turnovers, while the Tigers 
recorded 1 3 steals including four 
from guard Antonio Anderson. 

Tulane's guurd Chris Moore 
posted a game -leading 2 1 points 
and nine rebounds, followed by 
19 from Quincy Davis. 

In the regular season contest 
between Tulane and Marshall, 
the Green Wave had the upper 
hand, defeating the Thundering 
Herd 6 1-36 on Feb. 4 at Fogclman 
Arena. In Memphis, the teams 
would seesaw the advantage until 
the Green Wave's front-court 
carried the load, and back court 
sealed the 64-58 victory with late 
free throws. 

"This is a great win for our 



program, especially con'.ulenm- 
the fact thnt we didn't piny par- 
ticularly well in the first half*" 
Dickcrson said. "We made some 
uncharacteristic mistakes, and we 
just didn't play with the energy 
it takes to win games in Morch. 
but we made some adjustments 
at halftime." 

A tip-in by Donnic Stith tied 
the game ut 42. after the Green 
Wave went on a 1 0-5 scoring run 
to open the second half. 

Miirk Patton's three-pointer 
with 2:30 remaining tied the game 
at 56. Tulane would allow only 
two successful free throws, as the 
Herd went zero for eight from the 
field to close the game. The Green 
Wave converted six of eight free 
throws off of the Herd's intcn- 
SEE MEN'S B-BALL PAGE 1 2 



SMU outlasts Tulane 



Suh.is Suhitim.inyam 



associate \port\ rdttor 

Arollcrcoastcr season filled with adversity and 
record-breaking performances came to a heart- 
breaking end last Friday night. But as has been the 
case all season, the Green Wave didn't go down 
without a fight. 

It took three overtimes before Tulane finally fell 
to SMU, 86-84 in the quarterfinals of Conference 
USA tournament. The Green Wave set a school 
record with 64 rebounds, but shot a dismal 28.4 
percent on 27-of-95 shooting. 

"We've shot the ball so well all year, and it's 
unlike us not to shoot the ball well," head coach 
Lisa Stockton said. "It was frustrating and certainly 
something very unlike our team, but if we hadn't 
rebounded so well, the game would have been so 



out of reach and that wc wouldn't have been able 
to fight back in. 

Junior Jami Montagnino carried the offense, 
scoring a career-high 35 points on nine-of-25 shoot- 
ing from the field. The performance was the most 
scored by a Tulane player in over five years and 
was the tenth-best scoring performance in school 
history. For her efforts, Montagnino was named to 
the C-USA All-Toumamcnt team. 

"I thought it was a great example of Jami put- 
ting the team on her back and trying to extend the 
season," Stockton said. "I felt like the effort was 
there from everybody, but Jami did a nice job of 
scoring when we needed a score." 

In the third overtime, sophomore Nikki Luck- 
hurst hit a three pointer to give the Green Wave 
an 84-83 lead. But neither team hit a field goal 
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will help you understandthe effects of varying amountsof alcohol in yours ystem, and 
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Slight Feeling of Muscle Relaxation 

Slight Mood Elevation 


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Feeling of Muscle Relaxation 

Judgment Impaired 

Coordination & Level of Alertness 

Lowered 

Slight Increase in Reaction Time 

Increased Risk of Collision While Driving 


.10% 


Coordination & Balance Becoming 

Difficult 

Reaction Time Significantly Slowed 

Muscle Control & Speech Impaired 

Loss of Self Control 

Crash Risk Greatly Increased 


.14 -.15% 


Major Impairment of Mental & Physical 

Control 

Slurred Speech. Blurred Vision 

Lack of Motor Skilb 

Consistent & Major Increases in Reaction 

Time 


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Loss of Equilibrium & Technical Skills 
Must Have Assistance in Moving About 
Mental Confusion 

Double Vision & Legal Blindness 20 200 
Unfit to Drive for up to 10 Hours 


.25% 


Staggering & Severe Motor Disturbances 


.30% 


Severe Intoxication 

Not Aware of Surroundings 

Minimum Conscious Control o( Mind and 

Rods. 


.35% 


Surgical Anesthesia 

I cth.il Dosage for a Small Percentage of 

Individuals 


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LSU wins first of series 



Bl.ikrRfllrt 



%letQ~ writer 



Brad Emaus stepped to the plate Tucsda> night 
trailing by one to in-state rival LSI with two on 
and two out in the Green Wave*! final at-bat. with 
a chance to be a hero. His two-run homer in the 
third inning put Tulane in the lead in Baton Rouge, 
but his final at-bat, and the game, ended on a first 
pitch flyout to left field. gi\ log LSU a 4-3 \ Ictorj 
in the first matchup be iw con the squads this season 
In front of 7.871 at Vlex Box Stadium. 

LSU 1 14-2) went ahead for good in the eighth 
inning w ith a sacrifice lis to center b\ left fielder 
Steven WagUCSpack, scoring center fielder Bruce 
Sprowl from third base. Sprow I had singled to 
lead ofl the inning against tiring Tulane stalling 
pitching Brandon i iomc> I )anicl Latham would 

replace Gomes after Sprawl was sacrificed to sec- 
ond Sprow I .ul\ anced to third on an infield single 
,\w<\ scored on the Wagu csp ack sacrifice. 

"You've gol to give credit to w ague* pack." 

Tulane head coach Rick Jones said. "Me battled 

and battled, and when he finally got a pitch he could 
handle, he got it Into the outfield." 

Tulane 1 10-5) scored first with the Emaus home 
run in the third- The\ led until the sixth when Kick- 
to-back home runs h> shortstop Michael Hollander 
and designated hitter J.T. Wise ga\ e the 1 
3-2 lead 



Two LSI errors in the eighth allowed Tulane 
to tic the game at three. Emaus reached base on a 
one-out error bj L SI third baseman Will Hunt 
He ad\ anced to second when Tiger right fielder 
Quinn Stewart dropped Mark Hamilton'* fi> ball 
Stew jrt.iugglcd thc.ball and a* hi* mitt graced the 
ground, making the ball come loose LSL' Man* 

Smoke Lava] argued to no avail. lca\ tag the 

\\.-\c with men at first and second with one out 
Three pitches later, nght fielder Warren McFadden's 
ground ball skipped OVCfl tfa« 

Hollander, scoring Emaus all the was from second 
base The two runner* were squandered b\ left 
fielder Matt Riser and third baseman Tim Guidry 

g the game tied, before the deciding b 
half of the inning 

Chase Dardar (2-0) earned the win to- S 
pitching an inning and two-third* in relief of Louis 

1 ulanc. 
surrendering four runs on eight hits while sinking 
out four men over sc*cn and a third. 

The Green Wave left nine men on base and were 
only 1 for \2 with men m scoring pas 

"We're a little svxing and banged up." said Coach 
Jones. "'That shows up more offensively- and that 
was the case again tonight." 

Tulane opens a three-game sencs against Oral 
Robert*, tonight at 6:30 PM at Zephyr Field The 
Golden Eagles (8-3), of Tulsa. Oklahoma, and a 
member of the Mid-Continent Coherence, currentb 
has c a four game winning streak. 



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Tulane Hullabaloo 



17 March 2006 



Bush, Clinton will 
speak at graduation 




STEmilNDAlGLE/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER 



Former presidents Bush and Clinton will speak at this May's 
commencement in the New Orleans Arena. 



Emily Brumfield 



contributing writer 

In contrast to last year's rela- 
tively unknown keynote speaker, 
commencement planners have 
announced two high-profile 
speakers for this year's key- 
note address. Former presidents 
George H.W. Bush and Bill Clin- 
ton will deliver this year's address 
at the New Orleans Arena. 

Clinton and Bush have joined 
forces in the past few years, first 
for raising funds for the Indian 
Ocean Tsunami Relief Fund and 
most recently for the Bush-Clin- 
ton Katrina Fund. The fund has 
donated over S30 million to high- 
er education institutions since the 
storm in an effort to supplement 
government grants, with Tulane 
receiving over S14 million of 
those funds. 

Last year's speaker, Michael 
Lewis, drew criticism from stu- 
dents about the speaker selection 
process. Students complained that 
speakers are not compensated for 
their appearance so Tulane could 
not attract "celebrity" speakers. 

This year. Hurricane Katrina 
has assisted in attracting more 



famous speakers to Tulane. Grad- 
uating senior Shirell Morgan is 
excited about commencement, 
not only because she is receiving 
her diploma. "It's so wonderful 
that graduation will be a bigger 
event this year, after all we've 
been through to actually get these 
degrees," she said. 

Because of such high profile 
speakers, graduating students are 
limited in the number of seats they 
can reserve at graduation. Each 
student is allowed seven tickets 
to the unified ceremony, one for 
himself and six for guests. 

In previous years, when the 
ceremony took place at the spa- 
cious Superdome, students were 
allowed unlimited seating for 
guests. Now, with the smaller 
venue, larger graduating class 
and more security required for 
the former presidents, there is 
less space. 

Former keynote speakers 
include Cokie Roberts, former 
Attorney General Janet Reno, 
William Satire, Tom Brokaw, 
presidential candidate Ralph 
Nader and former Ambassador 
Lindy '. 



Board creates NC institute 



Christina Le 



news editor 

After months of communicating with Tulane students, the New- 
comb-Tulane Task Force presented its recommendations to the Board 
of Tulane yesterday. The task force was created by the board with the 
charge of recommending how the Newcomb and Tulane College's 
names and endowments will be used to support the Renewal Plan. 

In order to preserve the names of the colleges' founders, the task 
force recommended the newly formed Undergraduate College be 
named the Newcomb- Tulane College. They also suggested the estab- 
lishment of the H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College Institute in 
order to continue Newcomb's history in women leadership. 

"From now on, every undergraduate diploma will bear the names 
of Newcomb and Tulane as a tribute to their contributions to higher 
education," Catherine D. Pierson, chair of the Board of Tulane, said. 
"For the first time, every woman undergraduate can now become 

SEE BOARD: PAGE 5 



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Alums, students sue Tulane 



Drew Dickson 



main section editor 

Six Tulane University alumnae and nine Newcomb students filed a 
lawsuit against the "Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund" 
on Wednesday to prevent the university from dissolving Newcomb 
College and redistributing the endowment funds. 

"Newcomb offer[s women] a chance to plan a successful future," 
Paige Gold, a 1977 Newcomb graduate and plaintiff in the lawsuit, 
said in a press release. "A Tulane without Newcomb may be a good 
school, but it will never be the first-class institution it once was." 

The U.S. District Court will consider the motion for an injunc- 
tion March 30. Federal court Judge J. Carl Barbier also ordered the 
university not to make any changes that could not be easily "undone 
in short order." 

The plaintiffs allege the administration does not have the legal 
power to redirect Newcomb's S41 million endowment and related 
funds. They also reject the plan to restructure the liberal arts under- 
graduate schools into a unified Newcomb-Tulane College, while 
replacing Newcomb with a women's institute with only a S2 million 
endowment. 

"Mrs. Newcomb and the Tulane Board intended for Newcomb 
College to be a separate college within Tulane University," the law- 
suit says. "[The school was] to be maintained through her founding 
gift for the dual purpose of being an appropriate memorial and of 
educating and benefiting young women." 



The plaintiffs say Tulane cannot break a contract just because it 
might improve the school. 

The Newcomb Institute would offer classes in women's studies and 
other extra- and co-curricular programming to enhance a woman's 
education. However, the classes would not add up to a major, accord- 
ing to the lawsuit. 

The proposal to do away with Newcomb College is a part of Tulane 
University President Scott Cowen's Renewal Plan, which the Board 
of Administrators approved December 8. He claims it is a vital instru- 
ment for the university's future as a smaller, more competitive post- 
Katrina institution. 

Members of the board met with President Cowen yesterday to 
approve some of the measures designed to institute the changes. 

The 120-year old Newcomb College is one of the nation's oldest 
women's colleges and the first established within an already exist- 
ing university. The school was founded for the expressed purpose of 
granting degrees to women. Josephine Louise Newcomb made the 
initial donation in honor of her daughter, who died as teenager, to 
support a women's program by creating a school concurrent with the 
all-male Tulane College. 

Many of the people fighting the change cite this tradition and 
historical significance as the reason for resistance. 

"The fight for Newcomb is not just a financial issue; it's about 
tradition," said Jenny Comarda, a sophomore and Newcomb USG 
representative. "We have a responsibility to fight for everything we 
can and should be able to hold on to." 



UC will cater to student needs 



Tabitha Edqens 



staff writer 

Approximately 14 students had the oppor- 
tunity to participate in a walk-through to 
observe the progress on the Lavin-Bemick 
Center for University Life, more commonly 
known as the University Center, last week. 

The walk-through consisted mostly of 
members and officers of Tulane Student 
Government Organizations, as well as rep- 
resentatives from TUCP. 

Executive Vice President of the Under- 
graduate Student Government Bryan Cole, 
coordinated the event with the help of Assis- 
tant Vice President of Student Affairs Carolyn 
Barber-Pierre. In addition to Barber-Pierre, 
the walkthrough was led by Leland Bennett, 
the director of the University Center, Mis- 
sie McGuire, the assistant vice president of 
student centers and interior designer Nancy 
Bowden Stewart. 

Cole originally planned the walk -through 
for Sept. 3, 2005, but the event was cancelled 
due to Hurricane Katrina. 

"The basement was flooded almost to the 
first floor after Katrina," Cole explained. "But 
since the basement consisted mostly of the 
steel beams that would make up the wall, not 
much had to be replaced." And while the air 
ducts in the basement had to be replaced, Cole 
reported that the structure's hurricane proof 
exterior windows lived up to their title and 
survived the storm. 

According to the UC renovation Web 
site, the new structure, designed by architect 
Vincent James, will gain 40,000 square feet, 



including 8,000 square feet in meeting space, 
as a result of the reconstruction. 

"It was pretty impressive," Newcomb 
College President Shira Finkelstein said. 
"Many of their ideas definitely seemed to be 
in response to students' needs, such as offices 
for each student organization." 

The building will house the campus book- 
store, common areas, a Whitney bank, a bar- 
bershop, study spaces, breakout rooms and 
eight dining venues, as well as the student 
affairs, student media, student programs and 
student government offices. 

Additionally, the building features ample 
natural lighting sources, such as window 



walls and skylights. There will also be a 
water wall, which aside from aesthetics will 
serve as a practical way to cool the building. 
There will also be a catwalk from the UC to 
the Fogelman Arena to encourage activity in 
both buildings. Currently, there is discussion 
of including a FedEx/Kinkos as well. 

The patio area will be in the former loca- 
tion of Pocket Park and will include space for 
a large viewing screen to show outdoor films, 
although the university is not providing the 
actual screen at this time. 

Also revealed over the course of the walk- 
through was the possible fate of the Pavilion, 

SEE UC: PAGE 4 




• EDITOR 

The new University Center will house services such as the bookstore and a barbershop. 



USG Exec. Board Election Results 



Number of students voting: 862 

President 

Tim Steinhelfer 
David Welch 
Peter Young 



202 25.67% 

216 27.45% 
369 46.89% 



Executive Vice President 

Christopher Ordoyne 665 



Vice President for Finance 
Rachel Carducci 



660 



1009*, 



Vice President for Public Affairs 

Ridha Al Abbas* 160 20.61% 

Jennifer Leslie* ~159 20.23% 

Curry IV. Smith 448 58.4 1 % 



Vice President for Student Life 

Joshua Miller 269 36.01% 

Travis Norman 18 2.4 1 96 

Jessica Roberts 460 61.589b 

Vice President for Student Organizations 

Tabitha Edgens 372 53.079b 

Lindsey Powers 329 46.93% 

Candidate names in bold won their election 

Presidential candidates in bold qualified for runoff March 22-23 

"-Violations: 

0.25% for Ridha al Abbas for chalking on brick 

0.5% for a Jennifer Leslie supporter posting on a candidate's 

Facebook group 



SPORTS 

Tulane baseball 

Wave upset by Nicholls 
State 

PAGE 10 




NEWS 

Homecoming 
Meet the finalists 



PAGE 5 




VIEWS 

Religion 

Seeing Jesus on TV 



PAGE 6 



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10 

17 March 2006 



Sports 



The Tulane Hullabaloo 



Green Wave Wins tWO Nicholls State upsets Wave 



of three against Oral 
Roberts; falls to 1 4th 



staff writrr 

The Green Wave look two of three games from 
Oral Roberts this past weekend at Zephyr Field, 
improving to 12-6 on the year, but dropping two 
spots to 14th in the Baseball America Top 25 
poll. 

The scries opener belonged to senior ccntcr- 
ficldcr Nathan Southard who went two for three 




[ain»t Oi 
nsoff of 13 hits 



with a triple, home run and two walks as Tulane 
won the opener 7-5. His two-run homer in the third 
tied the game at 2-2. After a Cat Everett single, 
Mark Hamilton ripped a home run over the 400- 
foot sign in centcrfield to give the Wave a 4-2 lead. 
Tulane runs in the fourth and fifth were followed 
by a Southard triple and run in the sixth putting the 
Wave up 7-3 . Oral Roberts scored one run in both 
the seventh and eighth but was halted there. 

"Nathan Southard has been a catalyst for us for 
a white now, and he certainly was again tonight," 
head coach Rick Jones said. "He had a major impact 
with his effort." 



Tulane was not as successful in Saturday's game, 
losing 1 3-7. After spotting Oral Roberts a 6-3 lead, 
the Wave fought back to tic the game 6-6 after four 
innings. No runs were scored again until the deci- 
sive ninth when the Golden Eagles put up seven on 
the scoreboard on the strength of three home runs 
off three different pitchers. 

The Wave wasted prime scoring opportunities in 
the fourth, fifth und sixth innings. Redshirt- fresh- 
man Stephen Porlier threw five scoreless innings 
in relief, striking out 
nine men before being 
replaced in the eighth 
inning. Southard, Brad 
Emaus and Warren 
McFaddcn each scored 
two runs in the game. 
Hamilton and Tim 
Guidry both had two 
RBIs. 

"This is certainly 
a disappointing day," 
Jones said. "It feels like 
we wasted a really good 
performance by Stephen 
Porlier. It was a heck of 
a ballgame for eight 
innings, but you've got 
to give credit to Oral 
Roberts." 

Tulane made up for 
Saturday's disappoint- 
ment with a strong 9-3 
victory Sunday to take 
the series. Hamilton was 
4-for-4 on the day with 
two home runs, a walk 
and four RBIs. Fresh- 
man Anthony Scelfo 
hit a three-run homer 
in the first inning, the 
first of his young career. 
McFadden and Seth 
Henry each added an 
RBI of their own. 

Junior right-hander 

Brandon Gomes (2-2) 

made up for his loss 

to LSU earlier in the 

week by scattering five 

hits and striking out 

eight batters over seven 

innings to earn the win. 

"Gomes was really good," said Jones. "He really 

hud good control of his breaking ball, and that's 

what you've got to do to get these guys." 

Oral Roberts scored a run in the first inning, 
but the lead was short-lived as Hamilton singled 
to drive in a run in the bottom half, before Scclfo's 
three run shot. 

Hamilton's three home runs and eight RBIs on 
the weekend add to his teum lead four homers and 
16 RBIs for the season. McFaddcn had seven hits 
in the scries and leads the Wave with a .388 average, 
26 hits and 1 doubles. 



eluding two home runs driving in 
finale in which the Wave produced 



B..TI Fr..T,l,.--u 



tinfi writrr 

The Nicholls State 
Colonels beat No. 14 
Tulane 7-4 at Zephyr 
Field on Tuesday 
night. The Colonels 
victory, their first over 
Tulane since 2000, 
snapped a 12-gamc 
Green Wave series 
win streak. 

Nichols State 
grabbed a I -0 lead in 
the top of the second 
on a fielder's choice. 
The Green Wave then 
responded in the bot- 
tom half of the inning 
with a pair of runs. 
Senior outfielder Matt 
Riser drove in fresh- 
man infielder Anthony 
Scelfo with a double 
into right-center field. 
Sophomore infielder 
Cat Everett followed 
with his llthRBIof 
the season to give 
Tulane the lead. 

Freshman slugger 
Warren McFadden 
lined an RBI single 
to left field off soph- 
omore right-hander 
Nick Augustavo of 
the colonels in the home half of 
the third inning, putting Tulane 
ahead by two. 

Head coach Rick Jones elect- 
ed to give freshman righthander 
Jonathan Garrett his first start 
of the season. Garrett lasted just 




inn(t> dwcixtta/t r 
The Green Wave defense allowed 10 hits to the $-14. Colonel*, holding only four 
Colonels on base at the end of innings, while their offense produced the same 
number of hits but stranded nine on base in the 7-4 loss. 



3.2 innings before giving way to 
junior right-hander Matt Goebel. 
Garrett retired the first two in the 
fourth inning, but allowed Nich- 
olls St. to knot the game at three 
as sophomore infielder Patrick 
Thompson lined the game-tying 
single to right field. 



In the fifth inning, Goebel 
(0- 1 ) allowed a line drive two- 
out RBI double to infielder Jose 
Higucra. and on the next pitch 
senior Keith Delahoussaye drilled 
a double down the third base line 
to score Higucra, giving the Colo- 
SEENICHOUS PAGE 9 



Saints catch all-pro Brees 




2004 all-pro I3rcv 
sees a great oppo 



• ~:or rHOTOOSHgi 

*e the Saints over the Miami Dolphins and 
elp rebuild the city alter Katrina. 



Benny Powell 



jports editor 

The New Orleans Saints calmed speculations 
over who their 2006 starting quarterback would 
be by announcing the signing of former San Diego 



Chargers all-pro Drew Brees on 
Tuesday to a six -year S60 million 
contract including a S10 million 
signing bonus. 

When the team presented Brees 
to the media Wednesday, it also 
released last season's starter Aaron 
Brooks who led the team to its first 
playoff victory in 2001. 

Before being handed his black 
and gold No. 9 Saints jersey, the 
league's top free agent q uart erback 
visited the also-interested Miami 
Dolphins. But the Saints brought 
Brees in over the weekend to visit 
the city and the team'* Metairic 
headquarters, offering the highest 
bid of any team. 

"'The feeling that I got when 1 
came here, w as this sincere feel- 
ing that these gu>> really wanted mc here and the) 
really had confidence in me, and the issues w ith 
my surgery," Brees said "1 just felt like lhc> had 

SEE BREES PAGE 8 



the basement 

WBC entertains before March Madness play 



Ben Eisenberq 



staff writrr 

It's the middle of March and just before the 
NCAA tournament kicks into high speed, sports 
fans should turn their attention to the World Base- 
ball Classic. 

With the legitimate countries now plav [ng foi 
baseball supremacy and the pretender (South 
Africa) countries out. it's become obvious that the 
players arc deeply passionate about the outcomes 
of these games, even the Americans. 

Baseball fans arc also discovering that the 
United States is no longer the dominant baseball 
country in the world. 

Perhaps you thought the WBC was going to 
be a friendly exhibition in which the stars plav cd 
for three innings then gave wa) to career minor 
leaguers and backups. If that's w hut you thought, 
you were proven wrong last Sunday, 

The United States beat Japan 4-3 in front of a 



rabid croud in Anaheim, Calif, never mind the 
botched call by bush-Icaguc-quality umpire Bob 
!).i\ idson who called a Japanese runner out on a 
sacrifice fly, saying he left earl) from third base 
nt's not a conspiracy, I promise). 

All of the Japanese players were wrapped up 
in the intensity of the game, including Mariners 
superstar OF Ichiro Suzuki « ho was standing on 
the top of the dugout steps looking angry. The 
Japanese players cared a whole lot and so did 
the Americans. 

Did anyone else sec I lorida Marlins -0-gamc 
winner Dontrellc Willis go nuts in the dugout after 

Houston Astros star closer Brad Lidgc got a kev 
Strikeout for team USA with the bases loaded in 
the ninth? 1 had to check m) calendar alter that 
to make sure it was March, not October. 

After AL MVP Alex Rodriguez of the New 
York Yankees delivered the game-winning hit 
in the bottom of the ninth, the rest of Team USA 
mobbed him at second base as though the) had 



just won ■ playoff Scries. In that star-studded mob 
was Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek who 
sparked a legendary brawl with Rodriguez and 
the Yankees in the summer ol 

It was strange, because ns n Red Sox fan I 
found myself rooting fbrA-Rod and his teammate 
Derek Jeter and not hating myself for it altcr- 
wards 1 he emotion in the win over Japan made 

it clear ihal these stars are proud to be wearing 
the Team USA uniform, and that should pump 
up the baseball-viewing public. It certain]) made 
me care 

On that note. barcK ov ercomlng Japan then 
losing to Korea shouldn't be considered a disap- 
pointment for Team USA. Even the Dominican 
Republic, a team loaded with all star., hasn't been 
dominant. The Domincans and the Americans, 
the two favorites entering the tourncv. were both 
one loss awav from elimination as of fucsdav 

night. 

The fact is. baseball is played in many coun- 



tries all over the world. Maybe some of those 
countries have caught up to us. 

Korea, Cuba, Puerto Rico. Mexico. Venezuela 
and Japan all took as good as Team USA and 
the Dominican Republic, the two teams that arc 
loaded with Major League superstars. We should 
get to know the prcv iousl) anonymous Koreans 
that beat Team I *s \ 7-3 Vv c ihou I 
the Puerto Rican pitchers that have posted a sub 
2.00 ERA so far. Baseball isn't just an American 
game anymore, <By the way. why does ESPN 
elect to show ■ pivotal USA VS Korea game on 
ESPN Depones? I don't have ESPN Dep. 

ttion), nor do 1 know anyone 
who has it Memo to ESPN: showing a WBC 
game is not going to make me want to buy ESPN 
Dcportea, 

So before you blow your money on those 
N< \ \ brackets (what, you think '.his is going 
to be the vcar you finally win it? Please), check 
out some WBC games. You won't regret it. 



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The eyes and the ears of the Tulane community 

Tulane Hullabaloo 



24 March 2006 



Volume 96, Issue 6 



www.thehullabaloo.com 



Elections present 
challenges 



Olivia Watkins 

senior staff -writer 

The upcoming mayoral and 
federal elections pose several 
problems for New Orleans this 
year. Since ihe vast majority 
of the city's population has not 
returned and most of the city's 
resources, including polling cen- 
ters, have been decimated, voters 
are facing several challenges in 
selecting representation. 

The upcoming mayoral elec- 
tion for New Orleans was origi- 
nally scheduled for November 
2005. However, Hurricane 
Katrina severely altered the plans. 
Many of the city's polling places 
were destroyed. To combat this 
issue, most polling places have 
been relocated, although the 44 
Newcomb Blvd. site will still 
serve Tulane's campus and com- 
munity. 

In addition to new polling 
places, Orleans Parish is going 
to be accepting massive numbers 
of absentee ballots. The Orleans 
Parish Registrar of Voters notes 
that "in-person absentee voting" 
will be allowed in offices from 
April 10 until the 13 and again 
on April 15. An absentee ballot 
can be obtained from the Regis- 
trar until April 18 and submit- 



ted as late as April 2 1 , the day 
before the normal voting occurs. 
In order to make exceptions for 
the delays with postal service, 
ballots can even be received from 
and faxed into the registrar for 
submission. 

While these exceptions are 
not uncommon for Orleans Par- 
ish, they are particularly impor- 
tant this year. Many residents, 
though they are currently living 
and working outside of the city 
and, some still, outside the state, 
still plan to return. This mayoral 
election has been seen as the 
most important in New Orleans 
history as the city and residents 
struggle to recover and rebuild. 
The election's winner will have 
a great deal of influence on how 
the city develops and whether 
residents are capable of return- 
ing at all. 

But even if residents can find 
their way to the new sites, the 
voter turn out will be at an all 
time low. Since less than half of 
the city's population has returned 
and the residents, although there 
are no official numbers on the 
demographic composition of the 
city post- Katrina, are assumed to 
be both white and affluent. The 
changing face of the city will have 

SEE ELECTION: PAGE 3 



Denim sale benefits charity 



Emily Hohenwarter 
assistant news editor 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
sorority sold a variety 
of name brand jeans 
Tuesday to benefit the 
group's charity, the 
National Court Appoint- 
ed Special Advocate 
Association. The event 
took place at the Theta 
house on Broadway. 

Theta has supported 
CASA as its national 
philanthropy since 1989. 
CASA's mission is to 
support and promote 
court-appointed volun- 
teer advocacy for abused 
and neglected children 
so they can live in safe, 
permanent homes. 

"We worked with 
Steve Price and his not- 
for-profit company, 
Charity Denim," Theta's 
philanthropy chair New- 
comb sophomore Britta Lansdowne said. 
"Charity Denim is able to procure jeans at 
below wholesale prices and sell them in order 
to raise money for whatever charity the host 
wants." 

The Thetas have been planning the event 
for some time. 

"The idea of having a retail sale of some 
sort has been rolling around for a while, and 




ERICA MIRE/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER 

Charity Denim, a non-profit organization, provided Kappa Alpha Theta sorority with name-brand jeans. 
They were sold at the KAO house to benefit the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association. 

we were actually hoping to have [Charity "We raised S2,000 for CASA which is a 

Denim] come in October, but due to the storm, 

we were unable to," Lansdowne said. "So, 

we called and they were incredibly kind and 

accommodating. We worked out the dates 

and times together." 

The sorority was very pleased with the 
amount of money they raised in the course 
of their efforts. 



very large amount to contribute in one semes- 
ter, especially considering our circumstanc- 
es." Lansdowne said. "We also feel it was a 
fun event where everyone had a good time" 

Other Thetas agreed that the jeans sale 
was a success. 

"The event was very crazy, girls trying on 
SEE CHARITY: PAGE 2 



Bill will repeal Lagniappe meal plan 



Bill will repeal Lagniappe meal plan 
Derek Little 
contributing writer 

As the spring semester is entering its last month, stu- 
dents who registered last winter for the Lagniappe semes- 
ter are starting to ask a lot of questions about the shortened 
term. According to some members of Undergraduate 
Student Government, students primarily disapprove of the 
requirement for all students living on campus to purchase 
a meal plan. Vice President for Student Life Joshua Miller 




LEE SAXON/PHOTOCRAFHY EDITOR 

The USG bill will ask the administration to reconsider the requirement of 
a meal plan for students residing on campus during Lagniappe semester. 



sponsored a USG bill asking for a reconsideration of the 
Lagniappe meal plan by university administrators. 

The Lagniappe semester was created by the administra- 
tion in order to alleviate some of the distress surrounding 
Hurricane Katrina. Its primary goal is to allow students 
to catch up, accelerate or stay on track with their degree, 
depending on whether or not they attended classes in 
the fall. 

Additionally, the university has made the semester 
even more enticing by offering it tuition-free to those 
students who paid full-time tuition for the fall and spring. 
However, fees in the amount of S660 will be required. 

Furthermore, if a student did not pay full time tuition 
for the 2005-2006 year, that student will only be charged 
S1000 per credit hour. This price is a reduction of the 
normal SI 356 fee per credit hour for part-time students. 



But despite all the help the university is providing for 
Lagniappe students, each student residing on campus is 
required to purchase a meal plan. Miller has received 
some complaints from upperclass students especially 
over this requirement. 

Miller wrote the bill asking the administration to forego 
the requirement for upperclassmen. If the administration 
adopts the request, freshmen would still be required to 
purchase a plan. 

USG and other students concerned with the issue do 
not understand why this has been 
mandated, unlike during a normal 
school year. Miller told USG during 
its debate that the sole reason is for 
economic purposes. 

According to the Tulane Din- 
ing Services Web site, however, 
the decision was made "in order to 
provide the greatest variety of din- 
ing options and hours of operation 
for the Lagniappe semester." 

Without the mandate. Dining 
Services would likely not collect 
enough revenue to remain open for 
this term. Lagniappe has effective- 
ly created the need for a complete 
array of dining options throughout 
this year, rather than just for three 
semesters. 

The bill received some debate during the last USG 
meeting. Association of Club Sports Councilhead Jordan 
Sangermen put forth a motion to table the bill. Senator 
David Zhou of Tulane College proposed a bill to allow 
freshmen to opt out of a meal plan as well. However, the 
body did not adopt the recommendation. 

Miller's bill eventually passed by a 14-4-4 vote. It is 
unclear whether the administration will honor the legisla- 
tion, and no response has been given. Due to the current 
financial condition of the university, it is likely that the 
requirement will remain in effect. 

Dining Services offers only three meal plans for 
Lagniappe. Freshmen are required to purchase a Carte 
Blanche option. The plans are: Carte Blanche (without 
Greenbucks), S650; Carte Blanche (+ 250), S725; and 
Wavebucks (25 meals + 400 Greenbucks), S700. The 



Arey ready to run 



The Hullabaloo interviewed James 
Arey, one of the 23 candidates for mayor 
of New Orleans, about how his life has 
changed since Katrina, his candidacy and 
the issues surrounding the rebuilding of 
New Orleans. 

Hullabaloo: What initially prompted 
you to declare your intention to enter the 
mayor's race? 

James Arey: I think we were the first 
serious challenger to go up against Mr. 
Nagin. This would have been sometime late 
in 2004, so obviously before Katrina. It's 
one of those things where you're swelled 
with civic pride, and you're so unhappy 
with the way the current administration was 
working. 

Nagin seemed to be constantly at odds 
with the city council, at odds with the school 
board. Nagin seemed to spend more time 
participating in movie business and cutting 
ribbons than actually tending to the day-to- 
day running of the city. I think if enough 
final straws come your way politically, you 
say I'm angry enough about the way the 
administration is operating that I'm going 
to throw my hat into the ring. 

H: Did some people expect you not to 
run after Katrina hit? 

JA: I think that is absolutely true. Quite 
a few people came to me and said "we're so 
proud of you for having focused on the arts 
and having focused on the other things you 
were talking about, but obviously you're not 
still going to run after Katrina, are you?" 
And for about two weeks we weighed our 
options and said maybe, maybe not. And 
then we realized the reasons that got us into 
the race before Katrina were still valid, and 
the storm just strengthened our resolve. If 
we were going to rebuild an education sys- 
tem and use the arts really as a tool for job 
growth, then we wanted someone in city hall 



who knew what they were talking about. 

H: If you could change anything, how 
would New Orleans change and how would 
we react to that change? 

JA: First things first, we would fix the 
lights on the city hall sign. No. 2, we would 
like to put into effect an evacuation plan 
that uses the latest technology to help ben- 
efit everybody in the case of a necessary 
evacuation. There is going to be one; it's 
just a matter of when. There's a pilot pro- 
gram in St. Tammany parish already that 
is giving first responders and leaders in the 
rescue services top-of-the-line global satel- 
lite phones. 

What we are talking about is using that 
same technology in New Orleans, nominat- 
ing ward and district captains and getting 
radios in those people's hands. During an 
evacuation they would stay, reporting to 
the city council member. It's a program that 
works in cities like Chicago for snow emer- 
gencies and Los Angeles for earthquakes or 
mudslides or fires or whatever the disaster 
of the month is out in California. Using the 
latest technology is something we have to 
embrace now to get ready for this year's 
hurricane season. 

H: What about the green-zone contro- 
versy, how do you feel the city should go 
about dealing with rebuilding issues? 

JA: It has to be up to the neighborhoods. 
Every single neighborhood is on an even 
playing field right now as far as how they're 
going to be able to repopulate their street, 
their neighborhood, their district, their 
area. 

A couple of the candidates have referred 
to green space as nothing more than glo- 
rified drainage ditches, and that couldn't 
be further from the truth. It is parks, it is 
playgrounds and it is open spaces for things 

SEE CHARITY: PAGE 2 




SPORTS 

Hornets basketball 

Hornets get win in last 
game played in the N. O. 
Arena PAGE 10 




NEWS 

ADHD 

Most ADHD medications 
do not require "black box" 
warnings PAGE 3 




ARCADE 

All Music issue 

Festival previews, Tulane 
bands and all things music- 
related arcade 



10 



24 Mjrch 2006 



Sports 



Ihe lulani* Hullabaloo 



Hornets win in NLO- 



Benny Powell 



tfiirt\ tditor 

After playing " well-received 30 home 
gomes in < >klohoma City, Oklo., and three 
in Bnton Rouge, La., after evacuating due 
to Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans 
I [ornets stated thai the citj 's showing 
at the three games they would pla> in 
the rebuilding town would influence the 
team's future there. 

"It's important to me to make the right 
decision, not just a money decision. The 
team would be an absolute financial suc- 
cess to stay in Oklahoma," team owner 
George Shinn said. "It'everybody here, 
the state, could step up and give us some 
confidence that everything is going to 
work here, then we'll be back here." 

In front "I". i typical crowd of 1 7.483. 
the Hornets lost to the Los Angeles Lak- 
ers I 1 '-107 March 8. fell 109-94 to the 
Denver Nuggets March 18 but posted a 
1 20- 1 08 victory over the Los Angeles 
Clippers Tuesday to end their eight game 



losme- slreak dating hack to Feb. 26. 

"I told the team that's the lirst time that 

I've seen thai time m three weeks, that's 

the way we played En the beginning of the 
season." Mead coach Byron Scott said. 
"We were rcall) in attack mode tonight. 
for whatever reason, we come with a dif- 
ferent attitude tonight and as a team that 
group of guj ■- said thai enough is enough; 
we got to start playing basketball the way 
thai w e arc capable of playing and tonight 
was u good night for it." 

The 1 [ornets battled back from a I 2-3 
opening deficit to knot the game at 15 on 
a pair of free throws from shooting guard 
Rasual Butler. They would trail by two an 
additional three possessions in the first 
quarter, but the Hornets would lead the 
contest throughout its duration, shooting 
51.8 percent (44-85) from the field and 
54.5 percent (12-22) from behind the arc; 
this included 34 points off of 1 9 Clipper 
turnovers and a game high of 32 points 
from Butler. 

SEE HORNETS PAGE 8 




Hornets forward Rasual Butler scored 32 poir 
night over the Clippers during their three gan 



STCTOEN DAICLE/STAFF PI 

in the team's victory Tuesday 

homecoming. 



Tulane goes 2-1 against Jaguars 



Bl^ke Roti-r 



Uitfl wrttrr 

The Green Wave's 
7-2 win over South 
Alabama on Sunday 
clinched an unusual 
weekend scries for 
Tulane; their fourth 
series win in five tries 
this season, the match 
brought their record 
to 14-8. Frida> 
night's 6-3 victory 
and Saturday's 8-4 
defeat were played 
at Zephyr Field, and 
Sunday's 7-2 win was 
contested in Mobile 
on South Alabama's 
campus. 

The 14th-ranked 
Green Wave opened 
the scries on the 
right arm of sopho- 
more Sean Morgan's 
eight-inning, career- 
high 1 1 strikeout 
performance. Mor- 
gan (4- 1 ) started a 
little shaky, spotting 
the Jaguars a 2-0 
lead in the top of the 
first before the Green 
Wave bats answered 
in the next stanza. 
Junior first baseman 
Mark Hamilton led 
off the second with a 
solo homer to right, 
and two outs later, 
senior I e ft- fi e 1 der 
Matt Riser laid down 
a bunt single before 
stealing second and 
scoring on a strikeout-Tulanc's pitching 
wild pitch by South threw 11 strikcou 
Alabama starter Zach 
Piccola(l-2). 

A solo homer by center- fielder Tyler 
Jones in the third gave South Alabama 
a 3-2 lead, but the Grccnics went ahead 
in the fourth for good. With two outs and 
the bases loaded, freshman third base- 
man Seth Henry knocked a bases-clear- 
ing double, giving Tulane a 5-3 lead. 







tnance was a highlightg in the So 
ts, and Stcphan Polier allowed two hits. 

A two-out R.B.I. -single by sophomore 
shortstop Cat Everett in the fifth scored 
senior center- fielder Nathan Southard, 
accounting for the 6-3 final. Morgan's 
performance earned him Louisiana 
Pitcher of the Week honors from the 
Louisiana Sports Writers Association. 

"Morgan had as good of a pitching 
performance as I've seen in a while. 



ducilmaii r 
nth Alabama scries. Sean Morgan 

After the first inning, he was special ir 
the end." said Tulane Head Coach Ricl 
Jones. "He had great stuff and he hat 
great command. He beat a real good clut 
tonight." 

South Alabama ace PJ. Walters i 5- 1 

made a dreary Saturday afternoon cv cr 

more painful for the Wave, sinking ou 

SEE ALABAMA PAGE 8 



Q& A with Rick Jones 



Benny Powell 

tporti editor 

Last season. Tulane baseball IcftTurchin Field for the 
most coveted diamond in college baseball. Rosenblatt 
Stadium in Omaha. Neb., as they battled for the National 
Championship in the College World Scries The Green 
Wave was looking to open their 2006 season in a reno- 
vated I urchin with more seats to accompany the fans 
who followed the Green Wave during Super Regional 

action last season Due to the destruction caused by Hur- 
ricane Katrina on the facility, the team was forced to play 
their home games in familiar Zephyr field in Metairie 

Recently, thel ireen Wave head coach Rick Jones spoke 
w uh the I lullabaloo on how the team is handling hosting 
visitors awaj from home. 




Making Zcphyi thell home while waiting tori 

be rebuilt, the Wave have been l.ued with challenge* 

a drop in i.m attendance and having to travel to practl 



Hullabaloo: How do you feel about fan attendance 
overall at Zephyr field so far this season? 

Coach Jones: It's been very good, and we expected it 
to be good. There's not a lot going on around town, com- 
ing off of a world series year, and our fan base last year 
u c were in the top ten in attendance, so we expected it 
to be good, but we real!) want to get back inTurehin. 

II: I Overall, the reported regular season fan attendance 

so far this ve. u on a\ ciagc is 50(1-1, (K')O people less than 
it was lasi sear Which isn't much, but this stadium is 
bigger than I urchin, so docs \\u\ support feel lighter,' 

CJ: No, we don't feel that. The biggest problem QUI 
here is our kids have to get out here everyday. It's tough 
to get Out of class, j.!ct a rule, take 1 > minutes to get out 
here, then drive back It's expensive poj ing for gas and 
what have you, So, the biggest disruption is 
just the tunc tost in their day that we wished 
didn't happen, bui it's great to have this venue 

as on alternative. 

["hen from a plav ing standpoint, it's inst 

.i big ballpai k \ loi ol balls thai 50 out in 

["Urchin don't go OUt here and sometimes 
our hitlers get frustrated with thai But this 
is our home foi the year and that's the wav 
we have to look at it 

II: So lai in the season vou haven't played 
,m\ l onference USA teams and I SI hasn't 

come down yel How do you think everything 

w ill change once those [cams COmC ' 

CJ: I'm sure we'll have a apod attendance 

1 01 I si . we've never not sold it out Rice 
weekend should DC D gOOd CTOWd, and as the 
weather warms, We OTC past Mardi Gras and 

the parades and everything, l think we've 
had solid attendance, but l think you* II see 

even more. 



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the basement 



NFL setting pace 
for 2006 season 



Ben Eisenberg 



tMffwriUT 

I am professional sports guy, and Pve had a rough week I cot very little love from 

I SPN because of the NCAA tournament M> friends have been sticking their hr. . 
in mv face, bragging about their luck) upset picks. 

I'll take advantage of this lull in OCtivit) to call attention to the significant develop- 
ments thai have taken place ui what has been a hus\ Nil orT-scason Ml off-season 
player movement has been common in recent vcars because of the salary cap. which 
forces teams to release good and even great players frequently So tar. we've seen 
st.u offensive weapons ferrell Owens, Drew BreCS and f>aunie Culpepper change 
teams. 

The most controversial and highlv publicized move of the oil -as to 

be wide receiver lerrell Owens signing with the Dallas Cowboys Oncpartofmcsays 
that this is an awesome move tor the Cowboys When he's on the field, TO. ma> be 

the most dominani rcccn ei in the league 

) le caught 1 4 touchdown passes in 2004 and almost led the Philadelphia Eagles 
tO the Super Bowl. His physical skills have never been a question Then again, we 

last saw him feuding w uh Dono> on McNabfa and t. oach \ndv Rcid m Philadelphia 
before Heme kicked ofl ol the team He has so far been the epitome oi a clubhouse 
and teaming him with disciplinarian head coach (till Parcels has the makings 
ol a checs) sitcom plot. 

Owens got kicked out of San Francisco, then got kicked out of Phillv. The same 
thing w ill happen after two or three vcars in Dallas, but when he's in uniform. Dallas 
will be searv offensively 

Ihe move that has New Orlcamans looking forward to nextscad s the 

Saints' acquisition of quarterback I>rew BCCCS 

Brccs is the best thing to happen to New Orleans sports fans since the Superdomc 
was built BrcCS proved he's a legitimate stvid w ith a sorb- 
in which he passed for 3,500 v ards and T-J touchdowns Hie Saint* finall) got smart 
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TULANE'S 

ENDOWMENT 

SHRINKS 

By Lacie Starr 

This week, President Scott Cowen 
exposed the university's endowment 
to students and subsequently tried 
to restore the reputation of Tulane's 
stature with a spurt of optimism. 
On Monday, Cowen presented a 
Power Point about the new budget. 
However, when he got to the slide 
displaying Tulane's small endow- 
ment, he seemed to fall short of the 
audience's expectations. As mur- 
murs from the crowd grew, Cowen 
panicked. 

"Stop laughing!" he shouted anx- 
iously. "I know it's not huge, but... 
It's been soaking in cold water! So 
what if it shrinks a little?!" He then 
proceeded to storm out of the room, 
while barely holding back tears. 
To gain a better understanding of 
President Cowen's peculiar behav- 
ior, the Fullabaloo asked Mrs. Cow- 
en to comment on her husband's 
unusual defensiveness. 
"When you put the pressure of 
expectations on Scott, it sometimes 
has a negative impact on his ability 
to perform. He starts out with solid 
perseverance and a rigid sense of 
purpose. But if he feels inadequate, 
his deflating ego causes his deter- 
mination to soften," she said. 
"Um, yeah... discharge," she replied 
awkwardly. 

By Tuesday, Cowen regrouped. 
He attempted to contextualize the 
endowment's shrinkage and rebuilt 
the university's self-image. 
"Look, we all look through maga- 
zines and see graphs about endow- 
ments from Harvard and Yale," he 
explained. "Most universities you 
encounter in real life just don't have 
those $12 billion funds hanging 
around in their vaults. The size of 
your endowment isn't as important 
as what you do with it." 
In that spirit, Cowen announced 
that the university would honor the 
memory of Sophie Newcomb with a 
monument in the middle of the aca- 
demic quad. Despite these efforts, 
some women felt disappointed. 
"I'm a real woman, and I have real 
needs that Scott Cowen just can't 
satisfy with his tiny endowment," 
said Newcomb sophomore Elenora 
Hebert. "He's taking away my col- 
lege and trying to replace it with 
some memorial. Cowen ought to 
compensate us." 
And compensate is exactly what 
Cowen did. 

On Thursday, the President's Of- 
fice released a statement along with 
plans for a 14-foot-tall obelisk to be 
placed outside of Gibson Hall. The 
inscription will read, "This monu- 
ment erected under the potent lead- 
ership of President Scott S. Cowen 
in honor of Sophie Nucome." 

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TULANE ENGINEERS 
ENGINEER A COMEBACK 

By The General 

Tulane engineering students seized control of critical campus functions in an auda- 
cious coup d'etat earlier this morning. An estimated 400 heavily armed students led 
by General MacGyver overran Tulane University Police Department forces and now 
control key facilities including the president's house, the computer server room, Bruff, 
Physical Plant, Gibson and most importantly, the Boot. 

For the past three months, engineers have been in heated talks to restore the engi- 
neering program to its status before Scott Cowen slashed it to pieces like Inigo Mon- 
toya on steroids. Earlier this week, the negotiations fell through when Cowen refused 
to divulge the financial details behind his controversial decision. 

During the argument, Cowen was quoted as saying, "You want proof, huh? I got your 
proof right here! Kiss my ass. I do what I want, bitch!" Intelligence reports indicate that 
planning for the attack commenced immediately after the meeting. 
To aid in the assault, the engineers constructed several lethal robots that now patrol 
the campus. Some of the robots have acquired a particularly brutal reputation, such 
as the T1000, Johnny 5, Robocop and a squadron of dancing ASIMO robots donated 
by the Japanese. Several hippies attempted to camp on the UC quad in protest but 
quickly dispersed at the sight of Mega Man making his way down McAlister Drive. 
Early this afternoon, engineers restored to operational status the large artillery piece 
in front of the Naval ROTC building. Shelling of the B-School buildings commenced 
immediately. Business school students were surprised at the news but went back to 
doing nothing when they remembered that they never go to class anyway. 
With full control of the university's network and computer systems, the engineers have 
created a large gaming network, where they can impress the ladies with their I337 
h4x0r skillz and pwn noobs from other schools. There will also be a marathon airing of 
all six Star Wars movies tonight in McAlister. however, no entry will be granted without 
costume. 

Upon storming the President's house, the engineers found Cowen having a lavish 
dinner party with Donald Trump. Cowen immediately surrendered and gave up the 
location of a top-secret-1 5-year Tulane University plan. The plan outlines Tulane's 
intentions to eventually take over Loyola and scrap all the sports teams. After the two 
universities have been gutted of anything useful, they will sell the whole shebang to 
LSU so that LSU students can have a place to stay during Mardi Gras. 
The engineers have begun plans to further tighten their control over the campus. It is 
rumored that early Saturday morning Doc Brown will arrive in his DeLorean to con- 
duct a daring experiment. If all goes according to plan, lightning striking the Newcomb 
clock tower will generate the 1 .21 gigawatts needed to send engineers back in time to 
prevent Hurricane Katrina. 



Sexual harassment by Facebook pok- 
ing reported 

A Tulane University Police Department officer respond- 
ed Tuesday to an emergency call in Late Doris Hall. A 
female student reported a sexual assault after being 
poked on the Facebook. The student signed on to her 
Facebook account at approximately 12:30 pm, and was 
notified that she had been poked by someone named 
Lester Lefton. Lefton was taken into custody and re- 
mains under suspicion of the crime pending charges. 





New Orleans forecast: 

Gathering clouds lead to 
showers of verbal diar- 
rhea from administration 

High: Of course 

RealFeel: Blazin' 



March 31, 2006 



IN THE NEWS 

Former FEMA director 
Michael Brown picked to over- 
see Tulane Renewal Plan 



Homecoming court begins 
reign of terror 

Cowen's computer crashes, 
tech support unavailable due 
to budget cuts 

Jimmy Carter negotiates 
peace agreement between 
Newcomb and Cowen 

WTUL plavs a sono we've 
actually heard of... staff hor- 
rified 

Bruff begins servings "heck 
of a job brownies" 



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partment officer received a report of 
theft late last week. According to the 
victim, a Belfor employee had entered 
her room without her permission and 
made off with her virginity and her 
iPod. She reported receiving a phone 
number from the assailant, but when 
the officer later tried to call it, he* re- 
ceived a message in Spanish notify- 
ing him that the assailant's pay-as- 
you-go cell phone account had been 
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COMPETE, 
TOGETHER 

By Calvin Jenkins 

Instead of watching the Final Four to al- 
leviate the load of class work, four Tu- 
lane students have decided to pick up 
the ball in an absence of sports on cam- 
pus lo entertain themselves. 
There's only so many times we can 
watch Billy Mohl walk to the mound," 
sophomore HahndiAuferio said. "There's 
nothing going on, so we decided to en- 
tertain the students ourselves. I'm sure 
we can draw a crowd the size of wom- 
en's volleyball." 

Composed of6'1" center Auferio. forward 
John Smalls who concentrates in social 
work, point guard Jamie Hurt and guard 
Earl Jenkins, the team has a mission to 
compete together while representing the 
diversity of Tulane University. 
The differences between the athletes 
have been an obstacle to the team's suc- 
cess on the court. Auferio's sandals take 
away from his ability to plant his feet and 
be a presence in the post, while Jenkins' 
lack of presence at practice doesn't help 
chemistry. 

"According to Jenkins, this isn't a team," 
Smalls said. "It's him and us three. He's 
a guard and he thinks that all he needs 
to do is show up for games, catch-and- 
shoot. But. he doesn't quite get the holis- 
tic playbook that we have, that relies on 
every step of each player to be precise 
for the plays to work." 
"Are we talking about practice?," Jen- 
kins asked after a game. "I just scored 
30 points, and grabbed 10 rebounds. I 
don't need practice." 
His red shirt, green shorts and black All- 
Stars flash up the court as he tries to 
out-do the other males on the court, of- 
ten while encouraging Hurt on her good 
work in practice with a slap on the rear- 
end. 

"It is hard being the only girl on this 
team." Hurt said. "I have no one to relate 
to or understand what I'm going through 
at times. Earl tries to give helping hands, 
but that in itself is a problem." 
Hurt leads the league in assists with 55 
in five games, which could be attributed 
to Jenkins' 110 points over the same 
span. 

Auferio is also a force on the team, rank- 
ing third in the league in rebounds, but 
he is being encouraged to reach for the 
top in the category, 

"I'm fine being third, but Jenkins al- 
ways gives me these crazy motivational 
speeches like, 'you don't hustle, you 
don't eat,' or 'two is not a winner and 
three no body remembers.' 
"He also makes me do the most degrad- 
ing things in practice which he thinks will 
improve my hustle, like chasing chick- 
ens. Who would do that to a human be- 
ing?," Auferio said. 

The self-proclaimed mastermind behind 
the team, Smalls, tries to make up for 
what he lacks in physical performance 
with his head. 

"I can't go four full quarters, or hustle 
from end of the court to the other. Smalls 
said. "But I know how to open up the op- 
position and trick them so bad that they 
are tickled pink." 

Performing at .500. the team is halfway 
done with their season and they still don't 
have a name. Jenkins says that sacrific- 
ing his idea of calling the team the Ear- 
ters was a major contribution to the team 
and he should be able to attend practice 
when he wants. 



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HIVE FORMED IN THE BOOT 

By Rachel Nicholls 

After shaking off their loss to the Denver Nuggets last Saturday, former Tulane basketball player and current Hornet Linton Johnson took 

his new teammates Chris Paul and JR. Smith to the Boot last Monday night before their matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers on 

Tuesday. 

"I love the Boot, baby," Johnson said. "This kid from Tulane came In here the other day and I asked him, 'Is the Boot still up?' and he 

said, 'Yeah'. So, you know me, I love the Boot, I asked Chris and J, 'Eh, yall want to go to the Boot before we leave?' and they was like. 

'yeah' so we went in there." 

Smith, who is a second year player, took a class at Tulane during his rookie season but said his tenure with the school didn't last long 

enough for him to be introduced to the bar. 

"I really didn't have enough time to get to the Boot.'' Smith said. "When I came to Tulane, all I knew for them three weeks was Herbert 

Hall, that's how I wanted to keep it. I didn't need to know where this and that was. I just needed to know where Herbert Hall was. 

"But, then I heard that Lindsay Lohan visited the Boot when she filmed a movie down here. So. me being a celebrity myself, I figured I 

needed to stop by the Boot to see what's kickin', you know what I'm saying?" Smith said. 

Johnson admits that it was kind of hard getting the guys out at first, to go out in a city that they hardly knew. 

They were hesitant at first, but you know I had to tell them, Johnson said. "I love the Boot, baby. After every party we went to when I 

was playing at Tulane. we'll be like 'where we going after the party?' cause, you know, we still was looking for fun after the party . I would 

always be the one like, 'let's go to the Boot, baby,'" Johnson said. 

Paul, who received another Rookie of the Month award during the Nuggets game, was turned on to going to the Bool after realizing that 

he hadn't been able to acclimate himself into his new city's night life. 

"There's not much to do out in Oklahoma City, and it's pretty bad that we go from playing in the Big Easy to the. what is it. the Nearer 

state. Paul said. "I don't get it, so that's what turned me on right there. 

"But going into the club. I was introduced to how dirty the dirty south is." 

What appeared to be a culture shock for Paul was a sense of nostalgia for Johnson. 

"Aww, man. It was everything I wanted my homecoming to be like when I went there, and I'm glad they are keeping Tulane traditions 

alive," Johnson said. 

"I went in there, and the first thing I noticed was the bear-foot chicks dancing. I told CP and JR about one of my favorite boot moments 

ever. I'm in there right, this chick is dancing on the bar bear-foot, so I'm at the bar, and she's kind of turning me on wiggling her toes in 

my face, so I asked her, what, you want to dip your toe in my drink?', and she goes, 'why don't you stick yours in mine. I love the Boot. 

baby.'" 

As the basketball players make their way into the entrance, the bartenders observed the athletes. 

"At first I see them come in and I'm like, 'alright three black guys', and we just carry on as usual." Bartender Stan said. "As they started 

to mingle about the crowd, we paid more attenion, and I notice L.J., and he showed us alt love. But, them other two dudes, whoever they 

were, they really stunk up the place." 

It could have been their lack of exposure in the city, but Paul and Smith went throughout the club basically unnoticed. 

"It was really wild for me, cause you know when we go in parties, that's when they start, you know we are the party" Smith said. "But. 

for whatever reason that didn't work tonight. We couldn't get no girls, but LJ was mackin' LJ was getting girls over us for the first time 

can you believe that?" 

Johnson relied on a single chatter to get girls while his homies watched in amazement 

"Aww man. I was up in there, I was like. 'A one, a two. a hellava HULLABALOO. HULLA8ALOO, Ray, Ray..., CP and JR were acting 

real Hollywood in there. I don't know if the Boot was what they were looking for when we went in there, but I had the time of my life * 

Before the episode at the Boot was over. Paul admitted standing at a pool table in front of a group of young woman who were smiling in 

his face and grabbing his platinum chain that reads CP3' in diamonds, which in hip-hop culture is termed 'groupies'. 

But, Paul realized the number of women thinned out as he purchased drinks. When the last girl walked away from him. he recall a group 

of men on the other side of the bar with bottles in the air, saluting to him with the alleged groupies' on each of the guys arms. 

When one of the young men said, "Thanks for the assist, rookie," Paul admitted it was time to go. 

"I had enough with it man. I bet this would not have happened in Oklahoma city, Paul said. "I grabbed JR, who was already whmnmg 

over his curfew, and we talk LJ off of the bar from around them bear foot chicks and got out of there. I'll never go back to the boot.* 

"I love the boot," Johnson said. CP was overreacting, he has to realize that's how it is down here. The rookie still got some things to 

learn. He got schooled, simple as that." 

PARDON THE INTERRUPTION 

Green Wave Edition 

Tony Kornheiser: Hi. boys and girls, On our last show, we talked about the suspension of Duke lacross, controversial baseball scan- 
dals and what the direction the NFL will go in after the retirement of the great Paul Tagliabue. Today, it's fitting we go full circle to a 
unversity that has had a number of sports suspended, and it's leaders are facing controversy again over what to do with their athletic 
department at Tulane University. 

Michael Wilbon: First of all, Yo' boy Tagliabue was not great, he was just greedy, just like Scott 'Communist' Cowen down there at 
Tulane. Let me tell you something, Tulane has a great baseball team, had a great tennis program, had a great swimming & diving 
program, had a great soccer team, but that's all gone. You know why? 
Tony: Why. Michael? 

Michael: Cause Cowen wants to "Think Green," as they say down there on St. Charles Avenue. He wants to keep the football team, 
and keep the basketball team. Why? For them green backs, that's why. Swimming & Diving won't bring money, but football and bas- 
ketball could. 

Tony: You sound ridiculous Michael. If we were talking the Florida Gators, then I could see why he would want to keep football and 
basketball, but Tulane football and basketball. I just don't know. 

Michael: I said could, Tony. What is your hearing deteriorating with your hair If Tulane football and basketball won. they wouldn't be m 
a predicament right now. 

Tony: No. you are wrong. Tulane football has won. Twelve out of 12 games and went on to win the Liberty Bowl m 1998 with your boy 
Shaun King. 
Michael: Who? 

Tony: You know who I'm talking about. The problem with Tulane athletics are those wasps that attend the school. Those kids are 
spoiled, I visited there. I went after the hurricane to check on the historic sites in the city, make sure the land where the Sugar Bowl. 
where the three Super Bowls were held, was still a hallowed ground. 
Michael: You've never been to Tulane? 

Tony: Yes I have. I'll prove it to you and make you Hullabaloo. 
Michaol: Hullaba-what? 

Tony: I'm on that campus and these kids drive brand new BMWs. the girls were Ugg boots. DKNY skirts and Dolce & Gabanna 
glasses in March If I drove a BMW in college, I would drop out. It costs 40 grand a year to go to that school. I could buy my daughter 
a used BMW and pay for her wedding with that. 

Michael: Tony, again, you mention women and you get off of the point. 
Tony: What's the point? 

Michaol: The point is, this school has a great tradition, a great academic tradition, not athletic. Cowen should stop worrying about get- 
ting the Green Wave on ESPN, stop putting his two cents in to the BCS BS and cater this athletic department around this academic 
tradition. You want to talk about women, there are furious women, angry women, suring the university over tradition. Bring the sports 
that these kids want to see. and that would attract kids that want to play them that could compete in those classes also. Bring back 
Tennis, women's swimming & diving, bring back — 

Tony: Bring back the old Michael Wilbon that I used to know. Are you picking women's swimming & diving over football and basketball 
on ESPN? 

Michael: Yes. For the sake of an athletic department at Tulane at all. yes. 

Tony: Take that to your head, from our head head, over here on PTI Don't change the chanel. Next we talk about the return of Der 
nis Rodman to basketball and Aaron Brooks for MVP next year in Oakland. 
Michaol: 'Take that to your head', hanging out in Brooklyn again. ha* 7 
Tony: Yes. Sir! Jigga and Bleek. Holla at yo' boy! You just mad cause I have more street cred than you. PACE 



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Homerun Homecoming 2006 




RAPHY EDITOR 



Home 
group, 



Run2006 Homecoming 
THEM, performed for 



kicked off 
the crowd 



the week-long celebration Sunday on the steps of McAlister Auditorium. A Tulane acapella 
after a presentation of the Homecoming Court and the traditional lighting ceremony. 



news editor 

Tulane has regained its spirit and will celebrate Home- 
run2006 Homecoming this weekend. 

Homerun2006 will feature a week-long celebration of 
Tulane baseball, culminating in the homecoming game against 
Rice University on Saturday. This is the first year homecom- 
ing will be held in the spring and focused on a sport other 
than football. 

Regularly scheduled in the fall, homecoming was cancelled 
due to the closure of the university. 

While at her host institution in New York, Alyson Vivit- 
tanapa, the Undergraduate Student Government Tidal Wave 
chair, began making conference calls and e-mail correspon- 
dence with the USG advisor and executive board mem- 
bers seeking a way to continue the traditional event in the 
spring. 

Vivittanapa had the opportunity to ask President Scott 
Cowen if her dreams for homecoming would still be real- 
ized. 

"I went to one of his town hall meetings in New York 
and asked if we could still have homecoming," Vivittanapa 
said. "He said that the administration was already thinking 
about it." 

When Vivittanapa returned to New Orleans for the spring 
semester, she was given a finalized date for the homecom- 
ing event. 

"A week after I got back from being an Orientation Coor- 
dinator, they gave me the date of April 1 for homecoming," 
Vivittanapa said. 

As Tidal Wave Chair, Vivittanapa is responsible for orga- 
nizing most of the events that would normally occur during 
the week leading up to the homecoming game, including a 
float parade, the nominations and elections of homecoming 
court and a fireworks show. 



Architecture expands to Treme 



Emily Hohenwarter 



assistant news editor 

Architects* Week at Tulane University is 
changing this year in response to the architec- 
tural needs of New Orleans after Hurricane 
Katrina. The annual design competition, 
sponsored by the School of Architecture 
Student Government, is expanding into the 
city. 

Claire Cahan and David Demsey, fourth- 
year architecture students, are leading the 
project. 

"Most years, the installations are on 
display for only a few days on campus and 
then are taken down, which is very wasteful 
and really only benefits the school for a few 
days," Demsey said. 

Architects' Week Xchange, the restruc- 
tured version of Architects' Week, will take 
place March 31 through April 7. Six teams 
will design and build functional pieces that 
will be installed at the McKinley-Sankofa 
Wellness Center in the historic Treme dis- 
trict. 

Each piece will be built to foster com- 
munication in an area where many residents 
are still displaced. 

"This year we are going to build functional 
pieces to be placed in the Treme neighbor- 
hood that will last for a few years. Our focus 
is on quality and function, as well as the 
overall ideas behind the week, investiga- 
tions into form, material and connection," 
Demsey said. 

The installations are aimed at making the 
McKinely-Sankofa Wellness Center more of 
a community hub. 

"Our goal is to help provide a space where 
people can gather outside of the wellness 



center. There will be space for seating, gath- 
ering, a mural to be created by neighborhood 
children, as well as a message board with 
a map of the area so that people can sign 
and show who is back in the area," Demsey 



"Our goal is to help provide 

a space where people can 

gather outside of the wellness 

center. There mill be space 
for seating, gathering a mu- 
ral to be created by neigh- 
borhood children, as well as 
a message board with a map 
of the area so that people 
can sign and show who is 
back in the area." 

David Demsey, 

fourth- year school of 
architecture student 



said. 

Teams of students decide what they want 
to build. 

"We will be building such items as bench- 
es, bulletin boards and community space in 



the Treme neighborhood, but it is up to the 
students," Demsey said. 

"Emphasis will be placed on modularity 
because they [the installations] will be built 
here and moved to the site," Cahan said. 

Tulane architecture students are work- 
ing with Memphis-based architect Coleman 
Coker, who founded buildingstudio, an archi- 
tecture firm whose mission is "to blur the 
boundaries between architecture, art, craft 
and thinking." 

Coker will act as a mentor for the students 
as they work to build creative, yet useful 
architecture pieces for the community. 

"He guides the designs and gives con- 
struction advice," Cahan said of Coker. "On 
Friday, he"ll meet the students and groups 
will start brainstorming and refining the 
program." 

The competing groups will also be work- 
ing with the non-profit housing group Ujima, 
a London-based provider of homes to rent for 
ethnic minority and refugee households. 

Student leaders had a difficult time orga- 
nizing the annual Architects' Week this year 
because of lack of funding. 

"The event is funded by the [School of 
Architecture] student government," Demsey 
said. "We have received some donations from 
local businesses, mostly restaurants. Our 
budget for this year is roughly one third of 
last year's budget due to the storm." 

The culmination of Architects' Week will 
include a party with members of the Treme 
community. 

"Friday we will have a celebration at the 
community center with residents and local 
groups. Hot 8 Brass Band will play and there 
will be refreshments and deserts," Cahan 
said. 



Landrieu presents 
mayoral platform 



Ross Doppelt 



SPORTS 

Wave baseball 

Mid-Season grade report 
for the Green Wave. Also 
track report. PAGE 8 




NEWS 

Homerun 2006 

Schedule and Homecom 
ing Court for Homerun 
2006. PAGE 5 



writing and editing coach 

Appearing at the invitation of the Tulane College Democrats, Lt. 
Gov. Mitch Landrieu presented his mayoral platform to several dozen 
students Wednesday night. 

Landrieu began by conveying autobiographical information, par- 
ticularly his connections to New Orleans' Broadmoore neighborhood. 
He cited several City Council Members who lived within a few blocks 
of his childhood home and mentioned his parents' longstanding resi- 
dency in the area. However, the lieutenant governor's speech did not 
mention growing up during the administration of his father, former 
Mayor Moon Landrieu. 

Instead of building his image around family connections, the can- 
didate tried to craft his personal political narrative as a reformer's rise 
in a time of discontent. In front of the Democratic audience, Landrieu 
tied himself to the Clintonian legacy of restructuring government in 
the South. After dropping the 42nd president's name, Landrieu also 
borrowed a familiar piece of rhetoric. Instead of relying too heavily on 
pubic projects or private enterprise, the government had to find "the 
third way," Landrieu said. 

It was in this context that he touted his 1 S-year public service record. 
To portray Louisiana's disarray in the late 1 980s, he depicted a state 
lacking ethics rules, lobbying disclosure and fiscal solvency. The for- 
mer state representative took credit for many of the reforms enacted 
by the legislature since his career began in 1 9SS, praising initiatives to 
balance the budget while providing social services. However, Landrieu 
dwelled heavily on his role as Louisiana's ambassador in the office of 
lieutenant governor. 

"This state has an image problem because some of what they think 
about us is true, but much of it is not," the candidate said. 

He continued by contending the virtues of a cultural economy. 
Landrieu explained that as outside perceptions changed, the state saw 
a 15 to one return on investment in the tourism and film industries. 

Projecting the theme of appearances onto New Orleans' current 
situation, Landrieu criticized incumbent Ray Nagin for his "image 
problems." The challenger also stressed the importance of reputation 
for diplomatic purposes. 

"I have a better relationship with the City Council than the mayor 
[and] a better relationship with the legislature than the governor, mayor 

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Tulane baseball faces No. 

6 Rice in Homecoming 

game this weekend. 



31 March 2006 



The Tulane Hullabaloo 



Baseball 
strikes in 
C-USA 



Ben Eisenberg 



staff writer 

The Green Wave made its debut in Conference USA 
piny last weekend, winning two of three games on the road 
against the Memphis Tigers (12-11). After dropping the 
series opener Friday night, Tulane stormed back to win the 
final two games. 

The Tigers started the series strong with an 1 1 -4 win Friday. 
Sophomore starting pitcher Sean Morgan (4-2) was charged 
with the loss after allowing four earned runs through five 
innings. Tulane pitchers allowed nine earned runs on the 
night. 

Sophomore outfielder Warren McFaddcn had two hits and 
one RBI on the night, but otherwise the offense was quiet, 

"We came out flat, and they had a good night," senior out- 
fielder Nathan Southard said. "We took a different approach 
the last two games." 

The Green Wave came back to dominate the final two 
games Saturday and Sunday, outscoring the Tigers 17-3. 

Tulane responded Saturday with a 7-1 win. Brandon 
Gomes pitched a complete game and picked up his third 
win of the season. Gomes allowed only 1 base runners and 
struck out two. 

Freshman outfielder Aja Barto stood out offensively with 
two hits and two RBIs. Barto hit his second home run and 
also picked up his second steal of the year. 

"We just focused really well at the plate," Southard said. 
"We didn't give away any at bats." 

Lead-off hitter Matt Riser, followed by sophomore second 
baseman Brad Emaus, combined to reach base nine times 
and score four runs. 

Sunday's game was no different as Tulane pounded Mem- 
phis 1 0-2 to win the rubber match. Red shirt freshman Stephen 
Porlier looked sharp through seven innings and improved 
his record to 4-1. He allowed five hits and one run while 
striking out five. 

The lone threat mounted by the Tigers came in the bot- 
tom of the eighth, when Porlier handed a 7- 1 lead over to 
sophomore reliever Trey Martin. Memphis loaded the bases 
against Martin with nobody out. but junior closer Daniel 
Latham came on to quiet the rally, allowing just a single 
run to score. 

Southard and junior firstbaseman Mark Hamilton each 
collected three RBIs for the Green Wave, and Riser knocked 
in four runs from the lead-off spot to pace the offense. 

"Memphis is a really good club; they've really improved 
over a year ago," head coach Rick Jones said. "To win two 
of three on the road against them is a good weekend." 

The Green Wave may not have completed a perfect sweep 
of the Tigers, but head coach Rick Jones is happy with the 
team's progress. 

"There will be days when you feel like you take a step 
back with such a young ball club," head coach Rick Jones 
said. "You're not going to win every game; the key is how 
you respond. Over the long haul, we want to have the kind 
of record that allows us to host the NCAA tournament." 



Green Wave walks away from JSU 



Chaitany Nandipati 



\tajf writer 

The Green Wave baseball team took a brief 
interlude from the start of Conference USA 
play to defeat Jackson Slate ( 1 4-8) 1 4-4 this 
past Tuesday at Zephyr Field 

"A loss to Jackson State could've hurt our RPI," 
coach Rick Jones said. "It was definitely one of 
the stranger games we've been a part of." 

The Green Wave overcame a 1 -0 deficit in 
the first, by responding with eight runs of their 
own in the first three innings. 

The Tigers took their early lead in the top of 
the first olT of senior Billy Mohl on an Aaron 
Stinhoster single. 

The Wave erased the early deficit with a two 
run first. Senior Matt Riser walked and advanced 
twice on wild pitches before scoring on a Warren 
McFaddcn single. After junior Mark Hamilton 
walked to load the bases, Aja Barto drew another 
walk to score Brad Emaus for a 2-1 Green Wave 
advantage. 

The Wave would then add six runs over the 
next two innings to push the score to 8-1 . After a 
small Tiger run that made the score 8-3, the Wave 
would add two more runs before book-ending 
their scoring with a four run sixth. 

Three consecutive walks to Riser, Emaus and 
Nathan Southard loaded the bases, and a single 
by McFadden would score Riser. Hamilton then 
reached on a fielder's choice, and an error on the 
play would score Emaus and Southard. McFad- 
den would then score the final run of the inning 
on a groundout by Cat Everett. 

Redshirt freshman McFadden would finish 
perfect on the night going two for two with four 
RBIs to lead the balanced Wave attack. Hamil- 
ton chipped in four RBIs of his own going two 
of three at the plate. All nine Tulane starters 
reached base at least twice, and six had at least 



on ■ RBI 

The Wave took advan- 
lagc of a C-USA-rccord 1 9 
walks by Jackson State to 
spark the offense 

"(Jaek.\on State] just had 
a tough time getting the ball 
over the plate. You don't 
have as many pitches to 
swing at, and 1 thought our 
players showed very good 
patience at the plate when 
the) weren't getting many 
good looks." 

Mohl picked up the w in, 
pitching five innings and 
giving up three runs on six 
hits with four strikeouts. 
Nathan Newman, Trey Mar- 
tin and Matt Gocbcl pitched 
four innings of solid relief 
allowing a combined one 
run on two hits to close out 
the game. 

The win pushed the 
Wave winning streak to 
three for the first time since 
late February improving 
its record to 18-9 on the 
season. While the victory 
over Jackson State was 
important, coach Jones was 
more focused on the team's 
performance over a longer 
period of time. 

"Confidence comes from 
being successful," Jones said. "When you judge 
how well a team is doing, you have to look at 
how its doing over time. We've been playing 
.800 ball over the past two weeks, and that's 
what you really need to focus on." 




Brad Emaus and the Gn 

were walked 19 times by the Tigers. 

The Green Wave now opens a three game set 
with new C-USA member Rice, whom the Wave 
faced in the 2005 Super Regional and beat two 
out of three to advance to the College World 
Series, beginning this Friday at Zephyr Field. 



the basement 



Who'll chomp down the nets? 



Dan Levy 
staff writer 

With all of the top seeds out and 
everyone's brackets busted, this 
Final Four lacks in big names but 
offers four gutty teams that have 
battled (George Mason and UCLA) 
and dominated (LSU and Florida) 
on their way to Indianapolis. 

George Mason's victory over 
Connecticut on Sunday was amaz- 
ing-less for the implausibility of a 
team that almost wasn't selected 
in the 65-game field taking out the 
best team in America, but instead 
for the way the game unfolded. 
UCONN didn't play bpoorly. Mar- 
cus Williams had 1 3 points and 1 1 
rebounds. Rudy Gay actually took 



the game over at a pivotal point 
on a big stage, and the fast-pace 
of the game favored UCONN's 
overwhelming athleticism. Dur- 
ing a critical seven-minute span 
during the second half, a couple of 
undersized big guys in Jai Lewis 
and Will Thomas dominated play 
inside against future first-rounders 
Hilton Armstrong and Josh Boone. 
Why Jim Calhoun didn't call time- 
out with six seconds left and his 
team down by two to design a play 
for Rashard "Money" Anderson, 
I will never know. Instead, Den- 
ham Brown got a good look at a 
step-back three at the buzzer, he just 
missed and George Mason's players 
stormed the court. 

What LSU may lack in guard 



play, n makes up with the big- 
man duo of Glen Davis and Tyrus 
Thomas. Hearing CBS announcer 
Dick Enberg gush up when talking 
about Davis could make you cringe, 
but "Big Baby" Davis is certainly a 
special player. He may not have the 
freakish leaping ability of his fresh- 
man counterpart Thomas, nor play 
with the emotion of Florida's Joa- 
kim Noah, but his soft touch around 
the basket and outside shot make it 
difficult to imagine that they'll fall 
before they face Florida in the final. 
i ( I l*s defense ma) have looked 
like a steel curtain against Memphis. 
but that had more to do with Mem- 
phis'youth being served in ,i hostile 
environment. Also, the up-and-down 
play of the Tigers is prctt> much all 



that UCLA sees in the Pac- 1 0. I think 
LSU rolls, but Flori da cuts down the 
nets Monday night. 

With such a crazy first two weeks 
in the rcar-v icw mirror, it's safe to 
say that w e arc in for some more 
surprises as it winds down. This 
tournament has yet to produce a 
great individual performance w here 
a player puts the team on his back 
and carries them to victory. Usually. 
these performances come from the 
lesser- know n_s «, ho \\ ill ne\ er pl.i> 

a da\ ol NBA basketball Players 
from each team W ho fit that desenp- 
tion are Florida's Lee " Token" 
Humphrey. George Mason's Tonv, 
"Crotch Shot" Skinn. U< 
Cednc Bozeman and LSU's Gar- 
ret Temple. 



Baseball mid-season grades 



Pitching and Defense: 

Thirteen players have pitched with seven pitchers 
having pitched more than 1 innings. The staff 
does not have a dominant closer or starter but is 
well balanced. Stephen Porlier and Trey Martin 
have been pleasant surprises. Billy Mohl, Sean 
Morgan and Brandon Gomes have all been solid 
but not spectacular. The team's defense has been 
solid, with only 21 errors and only 13 unearned 
runs. B+ 



Offense: 

Mark Hamilton Is the new star of Tulane baseball, 
leading the squad in batting average, hits, homers 
and RBIs (.363, 37, 5, 27). Nathan Southard tops 
C USA in runs scored and stolen bases (30, 17). 
Warren McFadden is the surprise on offense, 
second on the team in batting average, hits and 
RBIs (.361, 35, 21), and he leads C-USA with 11 
doubles. However, the team has had trouble 
scoring runs and getting the clutch hit. This is 
probably due to inexperience. Five of the eight 
starters are freshmen or sophomores. The team 
has had to change its hitting philosophy, playing 
its home games at Zephyr Field, which has a far 
more spacious outfield than Turchin. B- 



Coaching: 

Rick Jones has done what he can with an 
inexperienced squad. Changes at catcher are 
necessary for long-term success. Jones has dealt 
well with injuries and inconsistency. He has had 
to replace three players drafted in the first three 
rounds of the major league draft. Jones has also 
had to find replacements for last year's starting 
< itther, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, 
i ight fielder and two top pitchers. B-+- 

How close to Omaha: 

The key will be winning the conference. If that occurs, 
then the Green Wave can expect to host both the 
regional and super-regional. With a young team, 
playing at home will be critical. Getting to the super- 
regional would be a great accomplishment, though 
a bit of a long shot. If Rice wins the conference 
championship, the chance to host a super-regional 
will be slim. This is a solid tournament team, but not a 
definite top-1 6 team. Tulane has to be considered a 
long shot to get back to Rosenblatt and Om*h«. Still, 
with Coach Jones at the helm, a trip to Nebraska Is 
somewhere in the deck of cuds 



Golf finishes last 



Benny Powell 



in,. ■ ■> cfrnprn 




tporti editor 

The Tulane Men's golf team fin- 
ished last tor the Second consecutive 
lime this season alter their perfor- 
mance .it the C.irter PI.iih.Uumi In\ Na- 
tional in Springfield, La., on Mooda) 
and Tuesd.i> 

"We went to the tournament with 
four pla> ere, so w e w ere a little short* 
handed," golf coach [bmShaw said 
"There isn't much to sa\ about the 
firsi t^o rounds, hut m the last round 
■ showed a lol of pride and a 

better performance." 

\ ■■:: their opening 332-stroke 
team performance that placed the 
team I.isi overall in the first round. 
the Green Wave followed with .i 3 
stroke second round and a 313 third 
place finish. 

Indi\ (dually, Hradcn List was the 
top lulanc performer finishing 3-lth 
overall with an lS-ovcr par finish. 
Nick Heather finished closeK with 
a 20-ovcr par 40th o\crall finish. 
Michael Birtct finished m 4*>th overall 
stroking 24-OVCT par. and Chris Pat- 
ridge finished last in the event with 
his ptus-52 performance. 

The Green Wave's top three per- 



formers managed to improve their 
-.cores as the rounds progressed 
Birtcl's performance in the final 
round w as sev en strokes better than 
his opening S-l-strokc exhibition. 
Heather's final round score of75 was 
five strokes better than his opening 
performance, and List's opening 79 
w .is succeded b\ one less 5V« ing the 
next two rounds 

"1 saw margin.u' uiTpnrveirtcnt," Shaw 
said "'1 saw in this tournament we kept 
getting a little better -is the tournament 
went on. and that's a good thing " 

Southeastern Louisiana won the 
event wall a 32 ov er p.ir performance. 
eight strokes better ill an second place 
Mississippi State. 

,'acksonv illc State's Julian Col- 
menarcswon the event finishing even, 
after stroking a first round o*>. second 
round 76 and third round "1 

The Green Wave competed in 
their last event of the season before 
the Conference I S \ v hanipionship. 
on April 10 and 11 when the 
Jonesboro. Ark tor the ASl Indian 
Classic. 

'Hopefully wc*ll get on a roll here 
and go into conference with some con- 
fidence - 



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7 April 2006 



Volume 96, Issue 9 



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S 1 I Roofies blamed 

Uperdome incomplete] for increase in 

campus date rape 




S T EP HEN DAJCLE STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER 

The Louisiana Superdome is still an unhospitable environment for Tulane University's 2006 Commencement. Instead, the 
ceremony will be hosted at the Xew Orleans Arena which will house approximately 15,000 graduating seniors and guests. 



Jason Lieser 



senior staff writer 

After more than seven months since it 
sheltered tens of thousands of New Orlea- 
nians from the wrath of Hurricane Katrina, 
the Louisiana Superdome still looks nothing 
like the majestic image it once possessed. 

While this stadium is miles from the 
Tulane University campus, it holds great 
significance for the school- Not only does 
the Green Wave football team call the 



Superdome home, but Tulane's unified 
commencement has been held there since 
1999. 

The Superdome is expected to be ready 
in time for the upcoming football season, 
but it was evident in the weeks immediately 
following Katrina, that the reconstruction 
would not be completed in time for gradu- 
ation. This forced the university to start 
making alternate plans. 

"At that point, while we were still in 
Houston, President [Scott] Cowen had 



the good idea — he thought - to hold the 
commencement outside on the campus," 
Tulane Vice President of Communica- 
tions Debbie Grant said. "I had never done 
a commencement outside at Tulane. We 
had several conversations about how the 
weather is generally not terrific to hold an 
outside event in May. 

"Besides the environmental aspects of 

it, where would we have done it? We were 

thinking [the Gibson Hall] quad would be 

SEE SUPERDOME: PAGE 3 



Drew Johnson 



staff writer 

Universities worldwide have seen an increasing number of young 
people fall victim to date rape, usually by means of a drug called 
flunitrazepam. Tulane University has experienced a number of cases 
this semester. 

The drug, known in the United States as Rohypnol, and on the street 
as a roofie, was originally created in the 1 970s as a surgical anesthetic 
for hospital patients in Europe. The sedative has since spread across 
the globe. Though available for private use in some countries, it has 
yet to receive FDA approval in the United States and is still better 
known as the most prevalent date rape drug around the world. 

In terms of physical effects, the drug highly intensifies the normal 
effects of alcohol when mixed into a drink. When drugged, the victim 
will experience drowsiness, decreased inhibition, lack of coordina- 
tion and memory loss. These effects are normally felt within 1 5 to 
20 minutes after ingestion, and the victim will become unconscious 
for up to 12 hours, depending on the dosage. 

Rohypnol has 10 times the potency of Valium, another drug from 
the sedative family. The drug is so potentially dangerous in large 
dosages that manufacturers of Rohypnol began issuing pills of just 
1 mg, as opposed to the previous dosages of up to 5 mg per pill. 

The drug becomes dangerous for students when used to facilitate 
sexual assault. Specific numbers are hard to obtain in rape cases 
because victims usually feel embarrassed and often wish to forget 
the situation. 

Angela Demovic, a professor of women's studies, has been fol- 
lowing reports of date rape at Tulane. According to her, there have 
been several Tulane students victimized by men employing roofies 
this semester. In one instance, an older student and her friend went 
to a bar together to have a couple drinks- She ended up leaving alone 
but does not remember leaving. 

In her next conscious moment, she found herself in the passenger 
seat of her car, parked at the end of campus near South Claiborne 
Avenue. There were apparent signs of sexual assault, and her keys 
were found in the back seat, leading officials to believe that she was 
raped in the backseat while she was drugged. 

In another case, another student went to a bar in a similar situa- 
tion with a friend. After having a few drinks, she went to the bath- 
room, but did not return. Regaining consciousness the next day in 
an unfamiliar house, the girl did not even remember having gone to 
the bathroom at all. 

The perpetrators in both cases are suspected to be either male 
Tulane students or local men living near campus who frequent the 
Uptown bar scene attempting to prey on young women. 

SEE ROHYPNOL: PAGE 4 



Forman seeks to reunite 



Ross Doppelt 



writing and editing coach 

With such a broad field of candidates, 
the mayoral election on April 22 is all but 
certain to result in a runoff between the top 
two finishers from the primary. Because 
the electorate remains scattered across the 
country, polls cannot provide an accurate 
snapshot of public opinion, so each con- 
tender has spent the campaign season sur- 
veying the political landscape and chiseling 
a personal niche. 

As one of these many mayoral hope- 
fuls, Ron Forman, president and CEO of the 
Audubon Nature Institute, has thrown his 
hat into the ring. Forman prefers to think of 
himself as a pragmatic manager seeking to 
reunite the city from the middle ground. 

In a traditionally Democratic city, con- 
servative campaigns often lack traction 
with the lower-income segment of New 
Orleans' population. Nevertheless, Forman 
is running as a moderate Democrat, pushing 
a platform of governmental restraint and 
fiscal responsibility. 

In particular, Forman expressed some 
reservations about the city mamtaining firm 
control of redevelopment. Commenting on 
the "green zone" proposals, he exhibited a 
philosophy of individual initiative. 



"We need to present the facts to the smart 
citizens," Forman said in an interview with 
the Hullabaloo. "Property owners work 
their whole lives to own a piece of property, 
and drawing green circles around it and 
calling it a 'green space' is totally insensi- 
tive." 

"Government is not giving them the 
answers, and private citizens are smart," 
he continued. "Give them the answers, and 
they'll come back quickly." 

Despite advocating a long-term increase 
in homeownership, he wants to encourage 
the immediate re-inhabitation of the city 
by using government funds to simulate the 
market. 

"The key is putting money in people's 
pockets," Forman explained. "You put 
money in people's pockets — private citi- 
zens, rental property owners - they're going 
to move quickly to make that happen for 
our city." 

To implement these policies, Forman 
hopes to draw upon his managerial expe- 
rience with the Audubon Nature Institute. 
Because the long-time administrator has 
never held an elected office, the campaign 
touts the complete reformation of the city's 
once-deficient parks and zoos as the center 
piece of his career. 

SEE FORMAN: PAGE 2 



Week-long celebrations clash 



Emily Hohenwarter 



assistant news editor 

The School of Architecture, New- 
comb College and Tulane College 
held week-long celebrations begin- 
ning Monday — Architects' Week, 
Celebrate Newcomb, and Tulane Col- 
lege Week. 

Architects' Week took place in the 
Treme district of New Orleans. 

"A- Week this year has had a much 
different focus than in years past," said 
Tony Vanky, president of Architecture 
Student Government and a fourth-year 
student. "In the past, the design-build 
has been around an esoteric, theoreti- 
cal premise. This year, however, the 
focus was about the city and about 
its people." 

Architects' Week involved students 
with Treme community members. 

"This year, the design[s] mean 
something to people — not just look- 
ing cool. As a first step, we're working 
with a community group in Treme," 
Vanky said. "I think that it speaks to 
the tempered concern the students 
within the school have regarding our 
neighbors that has really come out this 




LEE SAXON THOTOCRAFHY EDrTOR 



Students tour the opening of Newcomb Art Gallery's Jack Robinson 
exhibition as part of Newcomb College's Celebrate Newcomb Week. 



year. For the first time, A-Week has 
become selfless and not about some 
grand personal statement." 

Unlike Architects' Week, Celebrate 
Newcomb was centered on campus. 
The week is meant to celebrate the 
history and traditions of Newcomb 
College. It was sponsored by New- 
comb Senate's Committee Organiz- 
ing Newcomb 's Network: Education, 
Communication and Tradition. 

"The week is meant to educate 



Newcomb students about Newcomb 
College and its history and promote 
the traditions of Newcomb College," 
said Jennifer Daniel, CONNECT 
Committee Chair. 

Daniel hopes that Newcomb tradi- 
tions will be kept alive in the future 
under the Renewal Plan. 

"I hope that we've planned a vari- 
ety of events that will appeal to a wide 
ranae of students. I hope that New- 
SEE CELEBRATION PAGE 5 




SPORTS 

Hall of Fame 

Tulane adds seven to the 
Hall of Fame; Hullabaloo 
interviews one PAGE 10 




NEWS 

Hurricanes 

Experts predict that last 
season was anomly, specu- 
late about 2006 PAGE 3 




ARCADE 

Fasion issue 

All the latest styles, hottest 
fashions and best places to 
shop arcade 



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Sports 



The Tulane Hullabaloo 



Tulane swept by No. 6 Rice 




Brandon Gomes and the 
Rice while the defense 2 



Green Wave pitching staf 
llowed 19 hits over the weekend 



LEESAXONiTHOTOGHAPm EDITOR 

ded 21 strikeouts in the series against 



staff writer 

The some shortcomings that have 
plagued the Tulane baseball team all sea- 
son showed up again this past weekend as 
the Green Wave (18-12,2-4 in C-US A) 
was swept by the Rice Owls (24-8, 5- 1 ) 
at Zephyr Field in a rematch of last year's 
Super Regional that earned Tulane a trip 
to the College World Series. Inconsistent 
hitting and untimely mistakes haunted 
Tulane as it scored only five runs on 1 1 
hits in the series and were swept at home 
for the first time since 1 997. 



This week's Baseball America Top 25 
rankings reflect the Wave's lackluster 
performance, dropping them from No. 1 1 
to No. 18 in the nation. Tulane may have 
dodged an even greater slide as every 
team ranked from 1 5 to 25 in last week's 
poll lost their weekend series, seven of 
them getting knocked out of the rankings 
completely. The Green Wave must finish 
the season in the top 16, in the eyes of 
the NCAA selection committee, to host a 
NCAA Tournament regional bracket. 

Sophomore right-hander Sean Morgan 
(4-3) pitched well again for Tulane on 
Friday night, striking out lObancrs while 



allowing three runs on 
five hits. But the offense 
managed only a single run 
as the Green Wave fell 
3-1 . Rice scored in the 
first and second innings 
before the Wave put one 
on the board in the fourth. 
Sophomore shortstop Cat 
Everett reached by way 
of catcher's interference 
with one out in the frame. 
Redshin freshman right- 
fielder Warren McFadden 
followed with a walk, and 
after a strikeout, freshman 
third baseman Seth Henry- 
laced a single to right cen- 
ter, scoring Everett and 
shrinking the lead to 2- 1 . 
That, however, was all 
the offense that the Wave 
could muster, and Rice 
tacked on an insurance 
run in the eighth for the 
final tally of 3-1. 

Owls starter Eddie 
Degerman (6-0) record- 
ed seven strikeouts while 
only allowing three hits in 
six innings of work, low- 
ering his ERA to 0.98. 
Cole St. Clair came on in 
the seventh and pitched 
three hitless innings, 
striking out seven to earn 
his fourth save. 

"[Degerman's] fastball was good and 
spotted up well, and he used his curveball 
very effectively," Tulane senior center 
fielder Nathan Southard said. "He got 
behind in a lot of counts, but we didn't 
take advantage of it early. He threw a lot 
of balls, and that kept us off balance." 

Saturday, Wave starter Brandon Gomes 
made one major mistake that cost his 
team a Homecoming victory. Tulane 
scored a run in the first after Southard 
and junior first baseman Mark Hamilton 

SEE HOMECOMING PAGE 8 



Tulane 14 over UNO 



Bc-n Siscnberq 



tlaff writer 

The Green Wave completed a season sweep of ihe Wow Cafe &. Wingcry 
Cup on Tuesday night at Zephyr Field in a 19-5 rout of UNO. 

Fourteen different players recorded hits for the Green Wave, who scored 
the most runs it has in a game this season. 

"We had some good at-bats early, got into their bullpen and did a good job 
[from there]," Tulane head coach Rick Jones said. "I thought the good thing 
we did today was once we got the lead, we had good at-bats throughout the 
ball game. It was one of those nights. It was good to win a game, and it was 
certainly good to see us come through offensively." The Green Wave drew 
first blood in the top of the first inning. Freshman outfielder Warren McFad- 
den grounded into on RBI fielder's choice to give senior starting pitcher Billy 
Mohl an early 1 -0 lead. 

UNO responded with some small ball of their own to take their only lead 
of the night in the bottom of the first inning. Second baseman Johnny Gia- 
votclla and first baseman Greg Wolfe each grounded into a fielders choice 
to put the Privateers ahead 2- 1 . The Green Wave then regained the lead in 
the top of the second. 

With the bases loaded and one out, freshman outfielder Man Riser hit a 
sacrifice fly to tie the game. Sophomore infielder Cat Everett then walked 
to load the bases again, and UNO starting pitcher Matt Rogers uncorked a 
fastball that hit senior outfielder Nathan Southard in the head, forcing in the 
go-ahead run. 

Southard was examined by team trainers and head coach Rick Jones for 
a few minutes before deciding to stay in the game. 

In the top of the third, The Green Wave blew the game wide open. With 
the bases once again loaded and nobody out. freshman infielder Scth Henry 
lined a double to left field to up the lead to 5-2, knocking Rogers out of the 
game. 

Junior catcher Ty Wallace followed with a sacrifice fly to put Tulane 
ahead 6-2. 

The Green Wave offense continued to produce in the fourth. McFadden 
nailed a double to left field to plate a run, then junior infielder Mark Hamilton 
followed with a line drive single to right field- 
Sophomore infielder Brad Emaus continued the onslaught, crushing a 
three-run home run to left field which pushed the margin to 11-2. The home 
run was the third of the season for Emaus. 

McFadden highlighted the bottom of the fourth with a brilliant diving catch 
in right field on UNO catcher Alex Webster line drive tow-ard the gap. 

Tulane piled on in the fifth inning when Hamilton belted a thrcc-run homer 
well beyond the right field fence. The blast was Hamilton's team-leading 
sixth of the season. They would tack on two more to jump ahead 1 7-2. 

The offensive outburst followed a three game sweep at the hands of Rice 
the previous weekend in which the Green Wave managed just five runs. 

"It feels good to get this win," Hamilton said. "Any win is a win, and now 
we're trying to put the Rice series behind us and start a winning streak." 

Mohl upped his record to 4-0 with the win. He left after five innings with 
the game well in-hand. 



the basement 

Was it a homerun 
homecoming? 



Benny Powell 

tporlt editor 

To soy the least. Homecoming this year 
was interesting; after all it was a "Home- 
Run Homecoming". 

The traditional window painting was 
creative, and as we found out, the Rice 
was cooking. Free green and blue sno- 
balls from USG. Sweet. If you wondered 
when the glory days of Tulane athletiics 
were you should have been at the Hall of 
Fame induction Saturday morning. 

You would have met Will Billon, who 
helped the Green Wave beat three ranked 
teams from 1 955 to 1 957, including No. 
6 Auburn. He could have told you. like 
he told me and the rest of the people 
there, that he ployed every' minute of the 
game. 

Or if you were there you could have 
seen the video of JoJuan Dawson's amaz- 
ing abilities on the field when he helped 
the Green Wove go 1 2-0 and win the Lib- 
erty Bowl. Or you could have seen Gnice 
Daley's hungry- hustle when she helped 
lead the women's basketball team to three 
NCAA tournaments. 

And if you were there you could hove 
seen Tom Arnold of the Best Damn Sports 
Show Period who soid over the video, "I 
would be there if I could, but, 1 have other 
stuff, important stuff to do." 

A few hours after President Scott 
Cowcn and Athletic Director Rick Dick- 
son handed out the Hall of Fame plaques, 
it was HomcRun Homecoming 2006. 

It's understandable that the university 
was in limbo during football season so 



option, but Rice for Homecoming should 
have been reconsidered. 

Homecoming is the game where your 
dad should be there in a drunk stupor pro- 
fessing that he could take on the oppo- 
nents. 

Homecoming is the game w-hcrc I, yes 
the creative mind behind the sports section 
of the Hullabaloo, got in a high school 
football game and made a tackle; never- 
mind that I was a wide receiver. 

Rice? No. 6 Rice who we squeaked 
by in game three of last season's Super 
Regional to get to the College World 
Series? 

It's understandable to play a competi- 
tive oppencnt to try to get people to take 
the 1 5-minulc ride to Zephyr to watch the 
game HomcRun in that aspect a reported 
5,53 1 people showed up. But. the com- 
petitive opponents would also hit a three 
-run home run to win the game 3-2. 

The Owls let loose and dumped ten 
hits on the Gcccn Wove on their way to a 
9-2 win Sunday. 

1 f the athletic department gets on oppor- 
tunity to get students to attend games, let's 
try to get them to come to another. My rcc- 
comendation: choose a lousy opponent. 

The Green Wave football team hasn't 
quite repeated (hot perfect 12-0 season 
from 1998. but they know the recipe to 
an entertaining homecoming. 

This past season they only won two 
gomes, but they mode sure homecoming 
was victorious. They defeated Southeast- 
cm, NCAA divison I -AA Southeastern. 
28-21 in front of a reported 15.825 fans in 
LSUs Tiger Stadium, talk obout a home- 



Wave starts spring practice 



Benny Powell 



sports editor 

Back in hard plastic and chasing laced 
leather in plus 80-degree weather, the Green 
Wave football team started their delayed 
spring practice Monday on their recently 
installed practice turf at the Westfcldt Facil- 
ity to prepare for their 2006 season. 

"Every day we've gotten better, the 
excitement and enthusiasm sometimes 
can mask improvement, but oil three days 
we've come out with enthusiasm and excite- 
ment to get better, and every day so for it's 
happened," head coach Chris Scclfo said 
Wednesday when the team had its first open 
practice. 

After going 2-9, playing 1 1 games in 1 1 
different stadiums last season, the Green 
Wave had to wait for spring practice to begin 
on their own field which was ruined by Hur- 
ricane Katrina, setting them back w ccks 
behind schedule. 

"I don't like (the late start), we are getting 
bumped into finals, and if someone gets 
injured it cuts two months out of his rehab." 
Coach Scclfo said. "But it's no one's fault, 
we arc just happy to be down here." 

When the opening horn blared to start 
practice, the entire coaching staff was pres- 
ent from last season when the Green W.t\ c 
won the 2005 Disney's Wide World of 
spoils spin! Aw.irJ, and f ootball Writers 
of America Association's Annual Courage 
Award for continuing to compete through 
the adversity-filled season. 

Tulane lost 1 5 players to graduation. 




m tuo\TMOTociAnn irxroa 
Senior quarter o.i..k I CStd Rlcard look* to lead the Green Wave into 
1 1 of them starters, along with running back the 2006 aeaaon after Hurricane Katrina sent the team to 11 different 
Christian Ducrcond linebacker Ace Foyil. who itadlumi for 11 games la-t season. 
Scclfo believes may not have wanted to beat 



Tulane or New Orleans with the conditions of the city 

"That group (cooching staff) made a commitment last 
December, we had several guys offered jobs other places, 
but we kind of all made a pact." Scclfo said. "The kids that 



,i sacrifice after what we all went through together. I think 
we arc a close family, And if means a lot to me" 

With six starters on offense and five on defense returning 
from last season. Scclfo has stated that the 22 starting posi- 



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The eyes and the ears of the Tulane community 

Tulane Hullabaloo 



28 April 2006 



Volume 96, Issue 10 



www.thehullabaloo.com 



Mayoral race results in runoff 



Ross Doppelt 

writing and editing coach 

New Orleanians cast their ballots 
in the mayoral primary Saturday, nar- 
rowing the field of candidates down to 
incumbent C. Ray Nagin and Lt. Gov. 
Mitch Landrieu. Ron Forman, presi- 
dent and CEO of the Audubon Nature 
Institute, finished with a respectable 
third place showing, and Rob Couhig, 
a prominent New Orleans attorney, 
came in as a distant fourth. 

Because polls have struggled to 
measure the sentiments of a scattered 
electorate, last weekend's results 
provided the first accurate snapshot 
of public opinion. Despite fighting 
through media coverage of inoppor- 
tune remarks and bitter accusations 
of poor leadership, Nagin exceeded 
expectations by drawing 38 percent. 
However, most of the 108,000 voters 
who participated balked at the notion 
of another Nagin administration. With 
citizens demonstrating their reluctance 
to renew the mayor's mandate, the 
Landrieu, Forman and Couhig cam- 
paigns attracted 29 percent, 1 7 percent 
and 10 percent, respectively. 

No longer facing challenges from 
a slate of 20 extraneous candidates, 
Nagin and Landrieu must battle over 
the void left by their former oppo- 
nents before the runoff election on 
May 20. 

Forman changed the race's dynamic 
considerably Tuesday when he threw 
his support behind the lieutenant 
governor. Although the endorsement 
reflected an overlap of policy initia- 
tives, Landrieu also benefited from his 
longtime friend's reflections upon per- 



sonal character. 

"It's not the 
plan now; it's 
the man," For- 
man said. He 
continued, "I feel 
very comfortable 
with his leader- 
ship in talking 
about his busi- 
ness approach 
to rebuilding the 
city." 

In the primary, 
Forman absorbed 
what was once a 
core constitu- 
ency of the cur- 
rent mayor. As 
evidenced by 
the ubiquity of 
his campaign 
signs around the 
Garden District, 
the Forman plat- 
form resonated particularly well with 
affluent white Uptowners. In addition 
to benefiting from Nagin's racially 
charged rhetoric, Forman basked in 
his image as business-minded out- 
sider. 

To recooperate from a precipitous 
drop in support from whites, Nagin 
took efforts to expand his base in the 
black community. In contrast to his 
2002 campaign that won a majority 
across races, the mayor's effort in 
last weekend's primary was propelled 
largely by the two-thirds of African- 
Americans who voted for him. 

Unlike the other major contenders, 
Landrieu established his base across 
a more heterogeneous demographic. 




/PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 

Landrieu (left) and Nagin will compete in the runoff election for the title of mayor of New Orleans. 



While perpetuating his father's long- 
standing rapport with the black com- 
munity in New Orleans, the lieuten- 
ant governor also presented himself 
to Nagin's alienated liberal white sup- 
porters as a progressive alternative. 
The Landrieu camp spun the biracial 
support as a call for cross-cultural 
unity 

"The truth of the matter is I got an 
equal amount of support in the Afri- 
can-American and white community, 
which I think speaks fairly large vol- 
umes about what direction the city 
wants to go in," Landrieu said. 

Despite Forman's recent endorse- 
ment, the lieutenant governor faces 
the challenge of motivating voters to 
turn out at the polls. Although some 



Forman and Couhig supporters will 
vote unconditionally against the 
incumbency, Landrieu may have dif- 
ficulty wooing conservatives. Nagin 
exploited this weakness by suggesting 
on WWL radio that a vote for his oppo- 
nent would only cement a "political 
dynasty" in which citizens would "kiss 
the ring to get things done." 

Regardless of his on-air hijincks, 
the mayor seemed eager to square off 
against Landrieu in the arena of politi- 
cal discourse. 

"It's one-on-one. It's mono a mono. 
There's no place to hide... You have to 
stand up as a man and say what you're 
going to do and tell it like it is, and 
then the public's going to decide. I 
love this." 



Tulane financially on track 



Travis Brannen 

contributing writer 

Fall 2005 tuition is due Monday and losses 
match previous predictions. Tulane is expect- 
ed to recover financially by next year. The 
school anticipates losses in excess of S100 
million for operations this semester, which 
is in line with earlier estimates. 

According to the Accounts Receivable 
Office, current paid fall tuition is on track 
with expectations. Tulane Comptroller Doug 
Harrell explained that the present deficit is 
due to the extenuating circumstances sur- 
rounding Hurricane Katrina. 

"The university has consistently operated 
at a near break even result for the past several 
years," Harrell said. "Two-thousand-six will 
be the exception." Katrina caused property 
damage exceeding S150 million, of which 
S100 million has been recovered through 
insurance advances. 

Some money has been lost in the area of 
research grants, but researchers who 
have lost funding are receiving par- 
tial reimbursement by the school to d ^Jf jrr 
keep things running until they 
can recover their grants. 

The School of Medicine Jr 
faces unique financial and 
operating challenges. With « 
the reduced number of %\^\r& 
patients and the unpredict- 
able post-Katrina New Orleans 
population, speculating about 
the long-term effects of the storm 
on the medical school is difficult. 
Tulane has found a way to save money. 
The Renewal Plan reduces the total uni 
versity budget by S 1 00 million, and pri- 
vate contributions to the university have been 



several million dollars greater than expected. 
Although the Lagniappe term is free for those 
students who paid fall tuition, Harrell says it is 
expected to generate a "modest cash flow" for 
the university. The financially positive result 
to Lagniappe is due to those students who will 
be paying tuition for the extra semester. 

According to Harrell, the high number 
of returning students this spring is "a great 
source of relief and pride to the entire Tulane 
community." Enrollment next year is expected 
to be on par with previous numbers of stu- 
dents, Harrell added. 

Although Cowen and the senior officers 
are still keeping a close eye on the balance 
sheet, these factors are expected to combine 
to level out the Tulane budget by 2008. 

"Future success will be achieved by work- 
ing effectively to manage costs and minimize 
risks. This recovery will take some 

tunc." Harrell ^Sn said 





Article title 
offends frat 



RossDoppelt 



writing and editing coach 

The Hullabaloo ran an article last week about USG 
requesting an inquiry into allegations of unsafe behavior at 
Tulane 's chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, and the accompanying 
headline disquieted members of the Pike community. 

Reading "'Fraternity investigated for date rape drugs," 
the piece's title drew instant attention from brothers on 
campus. Michael Piper, then- president of the local chapter, 
was "bombarded with phone calls" from his peers and 
angry alumni. Within days of the issue's publication. Piper 
exchanged feelings of shock with members at Tulane and 
the authorities at national headquarters. 

"The main question I got from members was l We 
hadn't been investigated. What are they talking about?'" 
he said. 

The article itself did not describe any past investiga- 
tion; rather, it focused on a letter to Tulane's Office of 
Student Affairs and Pike's national organization regarding 
complaints about illegal activities at the annual Saturate 
party. Sarah DeCristofaro, a Hullabaloo contributing 
writer, made clear that USG did not have any concrete 
evidence and that the letter was not intended to "perpetu- 
ate rumors or hearsay." In addition, DeCristofaro quoted 
Piper and devoted several paragraphs to Pike's defense 
of their safety record. 

Nevertheless, parties on both sides described the head- 
ine as incongruous to the content of the news coverage. 

Drew Dickson, the editor-in-chief of the Hullabaloo, was 
out of town the night the staff assembled that week's paper; 
in retrospect, he described the headline as "unfortunate." 
While he does not believe the headline was entirely inac- 
curate, Dickson said it was nevertheless poorly constructed 
and most likely should not have been used. 

Jacob Bolin, director of Fraternity and Sorority Pro- 
grams, took little issue with the reporting but had reserva- 
tions about the presentation of the story. 

"I don't think that the story matched the headline," Bolin 
said. "[The article] seems to be accurate as a discussion 
of what went on in the USG." 



Faculty loss 
higher than 
years past 



Olivia Watkins 



senior staff writer 

Tulane University is losing twice as many 
faculty members at the end of this semester 
than the average fifteen. Thirty professors 
throughout the university have decided to 
accept positions elsewhere. Although many 
are leaving for better pay or opportunities 
for work in their fields. Hurricane Katrina 
and the Renewal Plan made the decision to 
leave, for several, much easier. 

The downsizing of staff members and 
programs ran the gamut of departments this 
year. The Renewal Plan accounted for a great 
number of losses, including entire graduate 
programs. As these programs are lost, so are 
professors. 

Dr. Molly Travis, the chair of the Eng- 
lish Department, has expressed a great deal 
of concern for the loss of faculty members 
throughout Tulane. She explained that with- 
out many of the graduate programs, profes- 
sors cannot pursue their work as freely and 
effectively. 

" 1 he people in the humanities are going 
to feel that they can find a better place else- 
where to do their work," Travis said. 

Professors are also under the stresses of 
knowing that New Orleans may not have seen 
the end of devastation by hurricanes. Those 
faculty members who joined the university 
only recently first had to face Hurricane Ivan 
and then Katrina. They were displaced for a 
semester, just like students, and have had to 
face strained conditions on meeting deadlines 
for new articles, books and other scholarly 
work. 

The university has also put an increasingly 
heavy burden on its professors by requir- 
ing them to teach additional courses for 
the spring and Lagniappe semesters. Travis 
explained that many of those professors who 
have retired early may have done so because 
they did not "have the energy to [deal with] 
a teaching overload." 

According to many professors, things 
might have been different throughout the uni- 
versity if the faculty had felt more involved 
in the decisions made about their programs 
after Hurricane Katrina. 

Travis said that "there's a sense that there 
have been so many mandates and dictates 
coming from the top, the top down. We all 
understand and we still are in an unsettled 
state in terms of the university, [but] it's 
precisely the feeling of being excluded on 
decision making that has a huge impact on 
your life." 

Some professors, however, are not leaving 
because of a policy decision or departmental 
loss. Many are leaving because of the state 
of New Orleans itself. Those professors with 
young children have had to consider the state 
of opportunities for public and private educa- 
tion. Teresa Toulouse, professor of American 
and Colonial Literature in the English Depart- 
ment, is taking an unpaid leave of absence 
for a year to move with her husband and 
daughter to Colorado. Her daughter's school 
in Mid-City was relocated due to Katrina. 
By moving to Colorado this summer, she 
can both be with her husband, who currently 
works there, and provide her daughter with 
an education. 

While departments like the chemistry 
department have not lost any faculty mem- 
bers, many others have. Another department 
that will lose a large number of professors is 
the political science department. Like Tou- 
louse, Professor Anthony Pereira is asking 

SEE PROFESSORS; PAGE 5 



SPORTS 

Zurich Classic 

Zurich Classic returns to 
New Orleans without Tiger 
PAGE 12 



Woods 



NEWS 

ESC Kiss Aucrion 

Kiss auction raises money 
for SAFER, helps purchase 
safety equipment. PAGE 4 




ARCADE 

Jazz Fest 

New Orleans Jazz and 
Heritage Festival preview, 
interviews. MAGAZINE 



12 

28 April 2006 



Sports 



The Tulanc Hullabaloo 



'Jacks swept by Tulane's bats 



Blake Roter 



staff writer 

More than two monlhs and 30 games since 
their last series sweep, the Green Wave(28- 

1 5, 5-7 C-USA) waa finally able to bring om 
(he brooms again Sunday nigh! after taking 
three straight from Stephen F. Austin. The 
Lumberjacks (8-36) could only manage five 
runs on the weekend while striking out 32 
times against Wave pitching. Redshirt- fresh- 
man rightfielder Warren McFadden batted 
.636 on the weekend with six runs scored 
and si\ runs batted in and has now hit safely 
in fourteen straight games. 

Friday night's 9-1 victory- belonged to the 



solid right arm of sophomore pitcher Scan 

\1. ■:,■ i!iic l i .nui tin- .ilunnmim h.M i>r lunn'i 
tirsl baseman Mark 1 lamilton. Morgan struck 
out a carccr-bcst 1 3 hitlers while throwing his 
first career complete game. He allowed only 
one run on two hits and was named Confer- 
ence USA Pitcher of Uie Week for the second 
time in as many weeks and the third time 
this season. 

Hamilton started the offensive onslaught 
with a home run in the first inning after 
McFadden drew a two-out walk to give the 
Wave a 2-0 lead. Sophomore shortstop Cat 
Everett and McFadden then led off the third 
with back-to-back singles. Hamilton fol- 
lowed by knocking out his second homer of 



Green Wave pitching posted 31 strikeouts o 
out 13 in his complete game appcrance. 



(he J.i>. stretching the advantage to 5-0. The 
Wave would then add another before the end 
of the third and three more in the eighth. The 
lone SFA run came on a solo home run by- 
catcher Steven Hill in the seventh. 

"Scan was dominant, just dominant." 
Tulanc head coach Rick Jones said. "Ham- 
my's two home runs gave us some breathing 
room, and Scan was simply dominant. There's 
no other way to describe it." 

The Green Wave again took the early lead 

Saturday, scoring five runs in the third inning 

en route to a 7-1 victory. Junior right-hander 

Brandon Gomcs( 5- 5) struck out eight men 

while scattering eight hits over seven innings 

to earn the win. McFadden was three for 

three with one run. 

two RBIs and a walk 

on the day. The Wave 

only managed five hits 

but took advantage of 

six walks, two errors 

and a wild pitch to 

beat the Lumberjacks. 

Red shirt- fresh man 

Jonathan Garrett and 

true freshman Nathan 

Newman each pitched 

a scoreless inning in 

relief. 

Stephen F. Austin 
came out hitting Sun- 
day evening as right- 
fielder David Jeans 
knocked a leadoff 
home run to left field. 
The Wave answered 
quickly in the bot- 
tom half of the first as 
McFadden slammed 
a two-run homer to 
make the score 2- 1 . A 
two-run bomb by SFA 
catcher Steven Hill put 
the Lumberjacks back 
ahead 3-2 in the third, 
before the Wave bats 
caught fire in a five run 
.-cr the three came series. Nathan Southard (not pictured), struck tifth inning. 

SEE WAVE: PAGE 10 




A-XONAPHOTOGRAPHY E: 



Zurich returns 
to New Orleans 



*e mar staff writer 

In the monlhs lead- 
ing up to the 2006 
Zurich Classic of New- 
Orleans, the absence 
of Tiger Woods was 
arguably the biggest 
pre-tournament story- 
line. 

No Tiger, no prob- 
lem. 

English Turn's new 
favorite golfer, appar- 
ently, is Masters' cham- 
pion Phil Mickelson, 
who easily drew the 
largest crowds of the 
opening round. A day 
after pledging to donate 
all of this week's win- 
nings to various relief 
efforts, fans shouted 
their thanks to Mick- 
elson throughout his 
round. 




Aftcrwinning the Master* April 9, Phil 
Mickelson finished T22 shooting four- 
under-par. Graeme McDowell is the 
It's an uplifting current leader with eight-under-par. 



feeling to come here 
and play," Mickelson said after 
shooting a 68 (-4). "It's great to 
see the excitement and energy. I 
know there is a lot of things going 
on in everyone's lives, and it was 
great to see them out here enjoy- 
ing themselves." 

Several other PGA Tour golfers 
made donations to New Orleans 
charities and relief efforts, includ- 
ing a S400.000 gift by Louisiana 
native David Toms to benefit four 
area organizations. 

""1 think all of the players here, 
obviously they're trying to win a 
golf tournament, but at the same 
time they are here to support 



every effort that's going on here 
to rebuild the city." Toms said. 
"There arc probably a lot of play- 
ers here this week that are here for 
just that reason." 

Toms shot a 3-under-par 69. 
tying him for 39th place. 

Despite being the instant 
crowd-favorite to capture the 
S 1 .080.000 championship check. 
Mickelson finished the first round 
tied w-ith several other players for 
22nd. 

With greens and fairways 
softened by Wednesday's down- 
pour. 101 plavers finished under 
SEE ZURICH PAGE 11 



Q8C A w/ Mark 
Hamilton 

During the past week in which the Green Wave went 4-0 to raise 
their records to 28-15, 5-7, junior first baseman Mark Hamilton 
led the Green Wave with four home runs. For the season, Hamil- 
ton is tied for first in homcruns (12), second in RBIs (48), third 
in on base percentage (.455) and fourth in slugging percentage 
(.622) in Conference USA. Hamilton spoke with The Hullabaloo 
while the team was on their way to take on East Carolina. 

Hullabaloo: You hit four homcruns in the last four games, how- 
docs that feci? 

Mark Hamilton: It feels good. I have been playing well. Having 
power at the plate, it feels good when you arc playing well. 

H: Your four home runs came in the first and the last of the four 
games, the middle two games you went 0-8. what about that? 
Mil: I had to make adjustments. Hopefully. 1*11 continue on 
what 1 started on from the last game. 

H; Overall, how has this season been? 

Mil: It has been all right, kind of frustrating because wc haven't 
played to our potential. We've played well lately. Hopefully, 
that'll carry over for the rest of the year. 

//.• How do you feci your role has changed since lust year with 
the team leaders from last year leaving? 

Mil: 1 feel my job is the same. Last year 1 had to step to the 
plate and drive in runners, this year it's the same. I believe wc 
have the same amount of talent as last year. We hove Warren 
McFadden batting almost .400 (.397); it's just a different sur- 
rounding cast. 

//: You all are participating in five scries before Conference 
USA tournament. How far do you think the team can go? 
Mil: 1 feel that we have a real good chance in our upcoming 
series. We should be a strong contender in the rcgionals and go 
far in the playoffs like wc did last year. 



Scelfo blows whistle on Green's run 



Suhas Subramanyam 



associate sports editor 



interceptions by reeling off three straight touchdowns of their own. 
The 10-yard touchdown pass from Ricard to Preston Brown on 
the Green team "s final drive tied the score at 1 8. The White team 
had the ball deep in the Green team's territory, but Coach Scelfo 
ended the game before anything could transpire. 

Other notables were sophomore safety Joe Goosby, who broke 
up three passes while collecting four tackles and an interception 



Despite committing four early turnovers, the Green team, led by 
redshirt junior quarterback Lester Ricard and starting running back 
Matt Forte- stormed back to finish the 2006 Green Wave Spring 
Game in an 18-18 tie with head coach Chris Scelfo 's white team. 
The spring game, the first the team has held in six years, marked off a tipped pass, and Antonio Harris, who had fi\c tackles and a 



forced fumble. 

Tulane won't hold official practice again until August, as the 
2006 season begins Sept. 9 at Houston. 



the end of a successful spring practice for the Green \\ a\ e. 

"I thought [the game] was very competitive," Scelfo said. "The 
thing I'm disappointed in is the dropped passes, turnover and pen- 
alties. But 1 think all of those arc correctable, and I do know 
this: I think the kids really got after each other, and overall, I 
think our spring went well." 

Ricard ployed the entire game and completed 16 of 26 passes 
for 1 70 yards with two interceptions and two touchdowns, one 
to junior Preston Brown and another to freshman Brian King, 
who led all receivers with five catches for 7 1 yards. 

"Lester looked really good after he settled down," Scelfo 
said. "He made some bad decisions early and threw a couple of 
balls he knows better than to throw. But when he settled down 
you could tell he and Forte were on the same page." 

Fortd ran for a game-high 1 46 yards on 1 9 carries. Forte 
also caught three pusses for 1 3 yards and proved to be a home 
run threat with a 45-yard touchdown run to put the Green team 
on the board. 

"Man has had the best spring since he's been here." Scelfo 
said. "He's realK dedicated himself and played well." 

The White team went ahead early on o halfback p.i>-> from 
Ray Boudrcaux to freshman Jcremx Williams, who finished the 
game with three catches for 99 yards. The white team scored two 
more times, one on a touchdown pass from freshmen Anthony 
Scelfo to Charles Harris and another on a 27-yard interception 
return by sophomore defensive lineman Frank Morton. 

Morton led the defense with 1 .5 sacks, while sophomore 
Avery Williams had a sack of his own. Redshirt- junior line- 
backer Terence Peterson led the team with eight tackle See 
was especially impressed with Jordan Ellis, who collected three 
tackles and recovered a fumble, and James Dillard. who had 
five tackles of his own. 

"I think the defense has played well this spring." junior 
Israel Route said. "Wc lost a lot of seniors, especially at 
linebacker, but the new guys arc ■ lot farther along than 
everyone thought thc\ would be. especially consider- 
ing how much they had to Icam. They're alrcid\ athletic The Green team led by quarterback Lester Ricard and running 
enough, it's just a matter of learning their assignments." back Matt Fcrtc ha* to fight to tic the teams tir-t sptlng same in 
The Green team overcame a pair of early fumbles and Ricard's »L\ seasons. 




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rkable tragedy and loss has been 
experienced by those living in New Orleans and 
the^ulf Coast region this year. Hurricane Katrina 
has shaped our futures, changing the political, 
interpersonal, and even academic paradigms in 
which we live. 





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despite our struggles, the Tulane community will 
come together and work towards the future with 
hope, fervor, and an intensity unique to the Big 
Easy. 




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Dinw,dd,e Hall was built in 1 923 for $1 82,553 and was originally the Science Building. It was renamed for Tulane P^ident and Math .Professor 
A B Dinwiddie in 1 936 Top right: A Tulane "T" decorates the area over an archway on Dinw,ddie Hall. Several Tulane buildings have the 
Tetter Tworied into their de?o, Middle right: the courtyard in front of Dinwiddie is a good place to hang °^ ^^^onjle 
sure to go check out the petrified tree trunk on display. Bottom right: The ornate window surrounds on Dinwiddie frame a reflection of the 
greenery surrounding the building. 

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Tulane myth is 

that the pattern 

of windows on 

Stern's facade 

spells out a rude 

message to 

Tulane arch-rivals 

LSU in punch 

card code. 

Middle: The 

columns 

adorning the 

entrance to 

Jones Hall look 

like broad white 

stripes. 

Bottom: This 

column is a 

striking example 

of the many 

decorative items 

to be found on 

Tilton Memorial 

Hall. 

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Facing page: (clockwise from top 

left) Stanley Thomas Hall sports 

several of these carved knots on its 

facade; This Tulane shield is found 

on Tilton Hall, but similar ones adorn 

Cudd Hall: Cudd Hall's roofline is 

fronted by rounded brick facades; 

A stone woman hangs out between 

two arched windows on Tilton Hall; 

Many stained glass windows adorn 

the Myra Clare Rogers Chapel on the 

Newcomb campus, including this one 

with the initials of Sophie Newcomb. 

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many dormer windows on Gibson 

Hall. 

Bottom left: Richardson Memorial Hall 

has decorated arches made of stone 

like many of the buildings on the 

Academic Quad. 

Bottom right: Gibson Hall, named for 

Randall Lee Gibson (Confederate 

General, U. S. Senator from Louisiana 

and first President of the Board 

of Administrators of the Tulane 

Educational Fund), sports an 

engraving from its days as a strictly 

academic building. 

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Top: Goldring-Woldenberg Hall's 
brick facade is dotted with stone 
engravings of flowers. 
Bottom: Stanley Thomas Hall, built 
in 1911. was named for a past 
president of the New Orleans Cotton 
Exchange. The building is decorated 
with many knot designs. 

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rise out of a sea of trees at dusk. 

Left: No building in the French Quarter is allowed to 

be taller than St. Louis Cathedral according to city 

building codes. 

Bottom left: Departed New Oceanians get their own 

special architecture too in the Cities of the Dead. 

Below: The Aquarium of the Americas is home to 

hundreds of animals, including otters, penguins and 

sea horses. 

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Top: Banana trees spill 

over the top of the fence 

surrounding Jackson Square. 

Middle: The Roman Candy cart 

has been roaming the streets 

of New Orleans since 1915. The 

original owner's grandson now 

rides around with Patsy the 

mule pulling the cart. 

Bottom right: Shotgun houses 

are everywhere in New 

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painted in exuberant colors. 

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the brilliant greens, golds and 
reds of the fall trees. 
Left: The version of history 
told by carriage drivers in 
the French Quarter may not 
always be accurate, but it is 
always entertaining. 

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Below: St. Louis Cathedral is the third 

church built on the site at the front 

of Jackson Square. The first, built in 

1718, was destroyed by a hurricane. 

The second, built in 1 725, was burned 

in the Good Friday Fire of 1788. The 

current cathedral was started in 1 789 

and completed five years later. 

Bottom: Artists line the sides of Jackson 

Square to show off their works. 

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Left: The New Orleans African 
American Museum is located in 
the beautiful Treme Villa, which is- 
surrounded by lush gardens. 
Below: Squirrels probably outnumber 
people in New Orleans! 
Bottom: The entrance to Audubon 
Park on St. Charles Avenue is a fitting 
welcome to a shady and well-used 
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surrounding New Orleans following the storm. 

Above: Those same cranes are a backdrop to the destruction in Lakeview. 

Facing page: Mud several feet deep washed into houses and neighborhoods 

following the crumbling of the 1 7th Street Canal levees. 

Bottom left: Workers crawl over the Superdome roof, looking like ants as they repair 

the damaged structure. 

Bottom riqht: A house ended its travels and those of the truck it landed on in the 

9th Ward. 

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Top: Paint buckets and other 

construction tools litter the side 

of the street of a neighborhood 

undergoing reconstruction. 

Right: Tulane banners hang 

above workers rebuilding the St. 

Charles Avenue streetcar line. 

A large sign gives a number 

for New Orleanians to call to 

find out where to vote in the 

upcoming mayor's election. 

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Below: Animal rescuers must have been surprised to 
find a chicken among the other pets at this house. 
Bottom: The makers of the sign on the car would 
probably not be interested in buying this particular 
house. 

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Top: The dog found in this house was 

one of the many left behind pets 

rescued by volunteers in the weeks 

after the hurricane. 

Right: The Tulane Marching Band 

walked in Rex after Hurricane Katrina. 

Having Mardi Gras this year was a 

controversial decision, but many 

residents felt the traditional celebration 

brought hope to New Orleanians. 

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Top: A Mardi Gras flag decorates a ruined house. 

Above: Volunteers, Tulane employees and students operated several clinics 

throughout the city to care for residents and emergency workers. The Tulane 

Medical Clinic at University Square on Broadway opened relatively quickly 

after the storm. 

Left: Residents declared their intentions and hopes with signs on their houses. 

fences and lawns. 

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experienced by those living in New Orleans and 
the43ulf Coast region this year. Hurricane Katrina 
has shaped our futures, changing the political, 
interpersonal, and even academic paradigms in 
which we live. 

Let this yearbook serve as a reminder that, 
despite our struggles, the Tulane community will 
come together and work towards the future with 
hope, fervor, and an intensity unique to the Big 
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On behalf of the Tulane Jambalaya Yearbook 
staff, we would like to thank you for all your 
support. 




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Student Directory 



Abadie, Amanda M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Communication 

Abbott, Brian P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Development 

Abbott, Chad M 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

MD3, Medicine 

Medical School - 3rd year, 

American Medical Student 

Association, American Medical 

Association - Medical Student 

Section 

Abdallah Amy E 

(Princeton, NJ) 

MD1, Medicine 

Abdelghani, Samy A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Abdulian, Michael Hovig 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Third Year Medi, Medicine 

Abeita, Jessica Rachel 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Abel, Keith W. 

(Hahnville, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Abelev, Melissa 

(Slidell, LA) 

GD, Sociology 

Abell, Austin 

(Bedford, TX) 

Senior, Latin American Studies, 

Political Science 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Abelow, Danielle E. 

(Holliston, MA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Hillel 

Abend, Matthew Scott 

(Rockville, MD) 

Junior, Legal Studies 

Abercrombie, J Scott 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Abibou, Rahzak Oyedele 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Abiram, Mirell 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Aboudehen. Karam 

(Denham Springs, LA) 

GD, Human Genetics 

Abraham, Geoffrey Hess 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Abramowitz, Michael Adam 

(Glenview, IL) 

Junior, Finance 

Abrams, Jonah B. 

(Newton, MA) 

Junior, Business 

Abreu, Alejandro Jose 

Junior, Undeclared 

Abtallon, Simon Bernard 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Abuathleh, Felastine O 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Accardo, Lorraine Villars 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Achee, Madison A 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ackerman, Eli 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

Junior, Sociology, History 

Ackland, Leone S. 

(E. Sandwich, MA) 

Junior, English 

Ackley, Caitlin 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Economics 



Acosta, Jessie Carolyn 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Adair, Catherine A 

(Wadsworth, OH) 

1 L, Law 

Adair, Kyle Lindsay 

(Narberth, PA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Adams, April D. 

(Sun City, CA) 

GM, Human Genetics 

Adams, Barry Lee 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, History 

Adams, Beth 

(Morgan City, LA) 

3L, Law 

Adams, Claire K 

(Alexandria, VA) 

3L, Law 

Student Bar Association, 3L Class 

(Law School), Human Rights Law 

Society 

Adams, Cody 

(Keystone Heights, FL) 

Junior, Political Science 

Adams, Djuana Twiggs 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Adams, Karen S 

(Slidell, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Adams, Kelsey L. 

(Baytown, TX) 

Senior, Finance 

So very proud of you and your 

accomplishments in your senior 

year. Love you Mom and Dad! 

Adams, Leigh Watson 

(Marblehead, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Adams, Matthew D. 

(Tyler, TX) 

Junior, Economics 

Adams. Stacey F. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Adams, Timothy Eugene, Jr 

(Columbus, OH) 

Senior, Architecture 

Adams, Tracey A. 

(Farmington, CT) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Adams, Tracy 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Adatto, Vanessa 

(Bogota, Colombia) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Adcock, Elizabeth M. 

(Suffern, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Congratulations on completing a 

difficult year! Love Mom and 

Dad 

Adderholdt, David K 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Addis, Jenna Danielle 

(Bala Cynwyd, PA) 

Junior, Civil Engineering, Spanish 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students. Chabad House, Loyola 

University Symphony Orchestra 

(Principal Band) 

Addison, Patty J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Addison, William H„ III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Adelson, Steven R. 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Basketball 

Adendorff, Justin K. 

GM, Finance 

Adkin, Adam Tyler 

(Cadillac, Ml) 

Junior, Latin American Studies 

Adler, Evan Jay 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Sophomore, Management, 

Sociology 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Adler, Jeffrey Stuart 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Adler, Rebecca lyo 

(Honolulu, HI) 

Junior, Political Science, 

Psychology 

Business Law Society, Asian 

American Students United, Hillel 

Adolph, Grant Matthew 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Adriance, Vanessa Charlotte 

(No Sandwich, NH) 

3L, Law 

Aertker, Michael Ward 

(Madisonville, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Aertker, Natasha 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Preservation Studies 

Afaneh, Zuhair 

(State College, PA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Afify, Zineb 

(Rabat, Morocco) 

LM, Admiralty 

Afonso, Natasha S 

(Great Falls, VA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Agans, Stephen C 

(Kennewilk, WA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Ager, Marcus William 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Aguilar, Luis Adrian 

(San Antonio, TX) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Aguilar, Theresa Marie 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Aguiluz, Daniel A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Aguiluz, Robert Neill, II 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology, Spanish 

Soundwave, Marching Band, 

Orchestra, Concert Band, 

Objectives 

Aguinaga, Maria Emilia 

(Quito, Ecuador) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Aguirre, Anna Katherine 

(Tupelo, MS) 

Second Year Med, Epidemiology 

Agyemang, Solomon K. 

(St. Lucia) 

GD, Political Science 

Aharonian, Haig H 

(Huntington Beach, CA) 

Masters, Human Genetics 

Ahern, Carrie Ann 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Ahern, Colin 

(Sudbury, MA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Army ROTC 

Ahmad, Mediha 

(Lufkin, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ahmad, Sarah 

(S.Barrington, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ahmad, Talha 

(Ashburn. VA) 

Sophomore, Economics 

Ahmed, Fiza 

(Potomac Falls, VA) 

Sophomore, PELE 

Ahmed, Shakil 

(Dhaka, Bangladesh) 

GD, International Health 

Ahrens, Dylan 

(Newton, MA) 

Senior, Business 

Ahron, Stephen 

(Coral Springs, FL) 

Senior, Political Science 

Aisen, Michael Neil 

(Thornhill, Ontario, Canada) 

1 L, Law 

Aitken, Andra A 

(Redlands, CA) 

GM, Architecture 

Ajayi, Ayokunle 

(Lagos, Nigeria) 

LM, Law 

Ajayi, Ibukun Omoyeni 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Akande, Oluwabunmi Jessica 

(Lagos, Nigeria) 

Sophomore, Ecology & Evol 

Biology 

Akchin, Sean Micah 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Akers, Cordt Cullen 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Portuguese, Dance 

Muslim Educational and Cultural 

Committee for Awareness, 

Baptist Collegiate Ministry, Jewish 

Law Student Association 

Akingbola, Bayoji A. 

(Gretna, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Akmal, Khan S. 

(Sugarland, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Aksoylu, Elif Duysal 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Al Abbas, Ridha 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

IL Class (Law School), 

Undergraduate Student 

Government, Muslim Educational 

and Cultural Committee for 

Awareness 

Al Alawi, Mohammed Jaffer 

(Saihat, Eastern Province, Saudi 

Arabia) 

Sophomore. Computer 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Al Dujaili, Zeena J. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Al Qasmi, Ahmed Mohamed 

(Samael, Oman) 

GD, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Al Shakhs, AM 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Al Suwaldi, Hlssa Khalfan Al 

(Sharjah, UAE) 

GD, Maternal And Child Health 

Muslim Student Association 



Alario, Kathryn 

(Warren, NJ) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Alb, Hermann Arturo 

(Gretna, LA) 

GM, Civil Engineering 

Albanese, Catie 

(Clayton, MO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Albanese, Danielle Alexa 

(Melville, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Albano, Adriana 

(Charlottesville. VA) 

Senior, Psychology, Philosophy 

Psychology Club 

Albarado, Adam Lawrence 

(Prairieville, LA) 

GM, Political Science 

Albayrak, Emre Isa 

(Charlotte, NC) 

Senior, Political Science 

Alberg, Ryan Thomas 

(Shoreview, MN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Albert, Justin 

(New Milford, CT) 

GM, Biomedical Engineering 

Albin, Amanda N. 

(Covington, LA) 

Masters, Health 

Communication/Education 

Albiston, Brooke E 

(Garden Grove. CA) 

3L, Law 

Albizurez, Monica 

(Guatemala City, Guatemala) 

GD, Spanish 

Albrecht, Nicholas Gerald 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Albritton, Alana Kathleen 

(Picayune, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Aldama-Chase, Camilo 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Senior. Architecture 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Aldridge, Shearer Robinson 

(Jefferson, LA) 

GD, Business 

Aledort, Rebecca J 

(Woodmere, NY) 

2L, Law 

Alejos, Marlon Norma 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Communication 

Alexander, Allison Michelle 

(Monticello, AR) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Alexander, Clay P. 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Ultimate Frisbee Club, Residence 

Hall Association • 

Alexander, Elle 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Freshman, Psychology, Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Chi Omega 

Alexander, Florence L 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Alexander, Iris T. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Masters, Social Work 

Alexander, Melissa 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Alexander. Roneisha L 

(Jeanerette, LA) 

GM. Neuroscience 

Alexander, Tara Nicole 

(Marrero, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



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Alexander, Temeeka Kennedy 
(Laplace, LA) 
GM. Business 
Alexandrenko. Belinda 
(Lafayette, LA) 
GM, International Health 
Alexis. Benjamin 
(Chalmette, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Alfred Craig Daniel 
(Slingerlands, NY) 
Freshman, Political Science 
Water Polo Club, College 
Democrats 
Algero, Megan 
(Mandeville, LA) 
Senior. History 
Alglene, Anita Kim 
(Golden, CO) 
GM, Theatre 
Al-Haroun, Yousef 
(Kuwait City, Kuwait) 
Fifth-Year Prog, Architecture 
Alho, Vell-Matfl 
(Santiago, Chile) 
GM, Executive MBA 
All, Dlsha 

(Dhaka, Bangladesh) 
GD, International Health 
All, Nadaa Basharat 
(Kenner, LA) 

Junior, Neuroscience, History 
Indian Association of Tulane 
University, Pre-Medical Society. 
_ Muslim Educational and Cultural 
Committee for Awareness, 
Tulane Admissions Intern 
All, Nicholas A. 
(Marrero, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
All, Samlr 
(Bay Point, CA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Allbrahlmi, Salwan H. 
(Metairie, LA) 
FYR, Architecture 
Allmonos, Lyslstrati Ann 
Junior, Spanish 
Alison, Sarah Claire 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Allvandlvafa, Allreza 
(Camarillo. CA) 
2L, Law 

Criminal Law Society, ACLU (Law 
School), Human Rights Law 
Society 

Al-Janahl. Asma Mohamed 
(Dubai, U.A.E.) 

GD, Maternal And Child Health 
Al-Khatib, Abdulla A 
(Dubai, U.A.E.) 
LD, Law 

Allan, Katherlne Irene 
(Washington. CT) 
Junior, Marketing 
Miracles do happen. We're so 
proud of you/ Love, Mom & Dad 
Allege Meljun Desqultado 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, English 
Alleman, Matthew C. 
(Metairie. LA) 
MD3, Medicine 
Allemand, Darren Anthony 
(Marrero, LA) 

Freshman, Political Science, 
History 

Catholic Center 
Allen. Brett P 
(Woodbury, NY) 

Senior, Marketing, Management 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Allen, Elizabeth Rebecca 
(Wingdale. NY) 
Junior. Undeclared 
Allen, Kyle P 
(Rapid City, SD) 
MD4, Medicine 
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor 
Society, Phi Chi Medical 
Fraternity 



Allen, Megan K. 

(Austin. TX) 

GD. History 

Allen, Miriam R. 

(Arnold. MD) 

Senior. Psychology 

Allen, Nicholas Charles 

(Sag Harbor, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Allen, Richard T 

(Omaha. NE) 

Senior, Finance 

Allen, Thomas Church 

(Covington, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Allison, Ashley 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Finance 

Allison, Philip Ramsey 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Business 

Allshouse, Mary Elizabeth 

(Burlington, NC) 

Senior. Mathematics 

Allums, Benjamin S 

(New Iberia, LA) 

2L. Law 

Ally, Ashley Ann 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Al-Mallk, Bashar Khaled 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GD, Civil Engineering 

Almendares, Olivia Margarita 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Masters, Tropical Medicine 

Latin and American Student 

Association 

Almgren, Gunnar S. 

(Tyringham, MA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Almon, Matthew S 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Alnawaiseh, Nedal 

(Almazar Aljan) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Alonso, Kevin L 

(Winchester, TN) 

1 L, Law 

1 L Class (Law School) 

Alpert. Shawn Elizabeth 

(Short Hills, NJ) 

Senior, Communication 

Alqadl, Ruwalda 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Alsdurf, Hannah Margaret 

(Minnetonka, MN) 

GM, International Health 

Alsgood, Lauren Ashley 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Alsterberg, Justin E 

(Macomb Township, Ml) 

2L, Law 

Altaras, Matthew 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Junior, Legal Studies 

Altemus, Alicia Marie 

(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Altemus, T'Ereal J. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Altemus, Terrell Joesph 

(Kenner, LA) 

Junior, General Studies / Social 

Sci 

Alter, Jacob C. 

(S.Glastonbury, CT) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Alva, Hermlnla 

(Crystal City, TX) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Alvarado Claudia S. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts. Finance 



Alvarado-Suarez, Crlstina Michel 

(Terrytown. LA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Alvarez, Brandy Lynne 

(Orlando, FL) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Alvarez, Christina Ruth 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Marketing 

Alvarez, Inmaculada 

(Madrid, Spain) 

GD, Spanish 

Alvarez, Llllana P. 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Alvarez, Nelson 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Alvarez, Noe 

(Mcallen, TX) 

LM, Law 

Alvlra, Gustavo Maclovlo 

(Bogota, Colombia) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Delta Tau Delta, Delta Tau Delta 

Amankwah, Edwin 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Amaya, Wllbert E. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ambeau, Hugh Aaron 

(Gonzales, LA) 

Doctoral, Social Work 

Ambrose, Thomas W. 

(New Hyde Park, NY) 

Freshman, Finance, Economics 

Flag Football, College Democrats 

Ambroslno, Allen A 

(New City, NY) 

3L, Law 

Ament, Rachel L. 

(Louisville, KY) 

Senior, English 

Amln, Badwl Matarru 

(New York, NY) 

GM, International Health 

Ammerman, Cassandra B. 

(The Woodlands. TX) 

Junior, English, Management 

Ampagoomlan, Catherine Lynne 

(Columbia, MD) 

GM, International Health 

Amrose-Wagman, Malda L. 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Senior, Sociology 

Anand, Akash Gujral 

(Harvey, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Anastase, Stefan Andrei 

(Wichita Falls, TX) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Andersen, Rachel 

(Germantown, TN) 

Senior, Linguistics 

2L Class (Law School) 

Andersen, Yuri P. 

(Tequesta, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Anderson, Adrian Devaughn 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Social Work 

Anderson, Audrey A. 

GM, Social Work 

Anderson Benjamin 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Anderson Bradley Keith 

(Friendswood, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Anderson Christy Ann 

(Homer. LA) 

GM. Business 

Anderson David S 

(Lisle. IL) 

GD. Anthropology 

Anderson Erik P 

(Beaverton. OR| 

MD2. Medicine 



Anderson, Erin Elisabeth 
(Saint Paul, MN) 
Senior, Neuroscience. Theater 
Theatre/ Neuroscience! Your 
Hair/ability for outstanding/outra- 
geous activities keeps us enter- 
tained! 

Anderson. George 
(New York, NY) 
Junior. History 
Anderson, Hannah L. 
(Amite, LA) 
IL, La// 

Anderson. Jared Mlcheal 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Organizational Info 
Technology 
Anderson. Kelly Marie 
(Bonita Spring, FL) 
Senior, Biomedical Engineering 
Anderson, Lauren A 
(Bedminster. NJ) 

GM, International Development 
Anderson, Lauren Jeanene 
(Candler, NC) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Anderson, Patricia P 
(Memphis, TN) 
1 L, Law 

Anderson, Richard Carl 
(Houston, TX) 
GM, Executive MBA 
Anderson, Sara Elizabeth 
(Berlin, NH) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Anderson, Shantel Angelic 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Anderson, Suzanne Marie 
(Madison, NJ) 
Freshman, Marketing, 
Communication 
Chi Omega, Lacrosse Club- 
Women's, College Republicans 
Anderson, Travis Grigg 
(Osterville, MA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Andert, Sarah M. 
(Arden Hills, MN) 
GM, English 

Andres, Robert Benjamin 
(The Woodlands, TX) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Andrew, Bernelta L. 
(Houston, TX) 
Freshman. Psychology 
Andrews, Ayana Schlreen 
(Chesapeake. VA) 
GM, Epidemiology 
Andrews, Benjamin Russell 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Andrews, Christopher P 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Andrews, Janet T. 
(Atlanta. GA) 
GM, Social Work 
Andrews. Philip John 
(Orchard Park. NY) 
Sophomore. Philosophy 
Andrewscavage Charles 
(Exeter. PA) 
Junior. English 
Androw, Alison Paige 
(Northbrook, IL) 
Senior, English 
Andrus Tara Angelica 
(Harvey. LA) 
Senior. Art Studio 
Angel Allison Noel 
(Merrick. NY) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Angelillo Thomas 
(Birmingham. AL) 
GM. Finance 
Angellnos Theodoros M. 
(Athens, Greece) 
Junior. Business 



Angell. Sloane 

(Annapolis. MD) 

Sophomore. Economics 

Angelson, Danielle N. 

(Forest Hills. NY) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Angermeler. Eric Francis 

(Proirieville. LA) 

Junior. Chemical Engineering. 

Finance 

Alpho Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity. Rowing, 

Engineering Student Council 

Angler. Matthew H. 

(Owasco. NY) 

Senior. Management 

Angulo. Sarlka J. 

(Carolina. PR) 

3L. Law 

Anlch. Matthew John 

(Panama City. FL) 

Junior, Cell & Moleculor Biology 

Anls. Tanvir A 

(Dallas. TX) 

1 L. Law 

Ankenbruck, Ashlle N. 

(Peariand. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Annese, Mart 

(Billerica. ma) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Annottl, Joseph James, III 

(Golf. IL) 

Senior. Environmental 

Geoscience 

Anollefo, lleylnwa 

(Cleveland. OH) 

1 L. Law 

Anomaly, Jonathan 

(New York. NY) 

Ansarl Mohammad Usman 

(Karachi. Pakistan, NA) 

FYR. Architecture 

Visual Arts, Performing Arts. 

Literature. Travel 

Ansel Zachary 

(Irvine. CA) 

Senior. Management 

Anspaugh. Kendra 

(Monroe. Ml) 

Masters. Tropical Medic v e 

Society of Young Black Public 

Health Professionals. SPH Virol 

Hemorrhagic Fever Journal Club 

Anthony Fawn Leann 

(Destrehan. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Anthony Patrice 

(Kenner. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Antln Kenneth Harrison 

(Destrehan, LA) 

Freshman, Undec ceo 

Antolne Elizabeth Marie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Antolne Lucas R. 

(Loveland. CO) 

GD. French 

Antonellls Chrlstel 

(New Orleans. LA) 

C-v Social Work 

Antonlk, Lorl 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. General Studies / 

Human • es 

Apellan Rami G 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

MD4. Medicine 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section. Teasing 

My Hair and Rockin' Out to Bon 

Jovi, Poison 

Apfel Dana H. 

(Austin. TX) 

Sophomore. Economics 

Applebaum Samuel 

(La Quinta. CA) 

Senior Architecture 

Applesteln Rachel 
(Reisterstown. MD) 
Sophomore. Political Science 



Directory • 223 



April, Robert William, III 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Aquila, Ralph 

(Sun City Cent, FL) 

GD, Philosophy 

Aragon, Mario J. 

(Las Vegas, NM) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Arahata, Satoshi 

(Tokyo, Japan) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Aranda, Vivian 

GD, Mathematics 

Arauco, Jesus Samuel 

(Dallas. TX) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Arbani, Tessa 

(New Hope, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Field 

Hockey Club 

Arbelaez, Northon J 

(Yukon, OK) 

3L, Law 

Arbor, Eric Ross 

(N. Kingston, Rl) 

Senior. Finance 

Arbuckle, Kristen Lynn 

(Dewey, IL) 

GM, International Health 

Arceneaux, Richard L 

(Covington, LA) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Archambault, Nicole Andrea 

(Wakefield, Rl) 

Sophomore, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Ardani, Kristen 

(Vista, CA) 

Junior, Latin American Studies 

Ardies, Joyce Diniz 

(Sao Paulo, Brazil) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Ardon, Alberto Enrique 

(Springfield, VA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Arellano- Cuan, David 

(D.F. Mexico) 

LD, Law 

Arena. John David 

GD, Sociology 

Arenas, Alejandro 

(Dunwoody, GA) 

Senior, Political Science 

You can make of your dreams a 

reality. Go for it! We love you! 

Mom, Dad, Andres and Daniel 

Arevalo, Brenda Walsh 

(Philadelphia, MS) 

Freshman, Casino Resort 

Management 

Arevalo, Hermenegild Javier 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Biomedical Engineering 

Argote, Christopher Magee 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Aririguzo, Claribell Olachi 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Aririguzo, Lynda 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Arise, Kiran Kumar 

(Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad, India) 

GD, Physiology 

Arkin, Jordan Elizabeth 

(Carmel, IN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Armbruster, Michael E„ Jr 
(Palm City, FL) 

Freshman, Biological Chemistry, 
Neuroscience 

Pre-Medical Society, Rugby Club- 
Men's, Water Polo Club, 
Independent Research 
Congratulations on your remark- 
able freshman year at both 
Emory and Tulane. Keep soaring! 
Mama & Day 
Armet, Katrin 
(Armonk, NY) 
Senior, Finance 
Armon, Shylie Aurea 
(Palm Bay, FL) 
Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation, History 
Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society 
Armstrong, Christina C. 
(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 
Armstrong, William Riddick, III 
(Jackson, MS) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 
Music 

Delta Tau Delta, Pre-Medical 
Society, Orientation Coordinator 
Arnberger, Ruth Anne 
GM, Social Work 
Arndt, Karin L 
(Butler, NJ) 
GD, Sociology 
Arneson- Baker, Vicki Lynn 
(Enterprise. AL) 
GM. Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Arnold, Allister 
(Corpus Christ, TX) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Arnold, Eric R 
(Houston, TX) 
1 L, Law 

Arnona, Toni Rae 
(Gretna, LA) 
Senior, French 
Arnondin, Jeanne Michelle 
(Gretna, LA) 
GD, Mathematics 
Arogeti, James Samuel 
(Atlanta, GA) 
Freshman, Engineering 
Arrant, Benjamin Charles 
(Ruston, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Arrocha, Marcela Maria 
(Guatemala) 
3L, Law 

Arrott, Reed Tenney, III 
(Batavia, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Arroyave, Michael Victor 
(Miami. FL) 
Senior, Finance 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Arseneaux, Matthew 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
GM, Business 

Artero, Elizabeth Marie Diaz 
(Mangilao, Guam) 
Junior, History 
Arts, Kevin M. 
(S Milwaukee, Wl) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Arumugam, Kuppuswamy 
(Dindugal, TN) 
Graduate, Chemistry 
TU Volleyball 
Aruwajoye, Olumide 
Senior, Biomedical Engineering 
Asai, Kanako 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior. Psychology, Ecology and 
Evolutionary Biology 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Psi Chi 
Honor Society, Circle K 
International 

Asaju, Sunday Olanrewaju 
(New Hartford, NY) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 



Ascher, Samuel L. 

(Scarsdale, NY) 

Junior, History 

Ashbrook, Adam M. 

(Delaware, OH) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Asher, Joanna Leigh 

(Lido Beach, NY) 

Sophomore, English 

Ashley, Jason Waid 

(Chattanooga, TN) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Classical Studies 

Fencing Club 

Ashley, Linnea Colette 

(Houston, TX) 

Masters, International Health 

Ashton, Michelle L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Development 

Ashwill, Katherine J. 

(Des Moines. IA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Asnien, Harry Fraser 

(Madison, Wl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Aspholm, Steven E. 

(Littleton, CO) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Assefa, Amina 

(Claremont, CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Asumnu, Ogechi Gloria 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Atkinson, Donald Hewett 

(Oshawa. Ontario. Canada) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Atkinson, James D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Atkinson, Sarah J. 

(Nw Washington, DC) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Atsegbua, Collette Omuekpen 

(Lawrenceville, GA) 

Graduate, Epidemiology 

Aubrey, Robert Shane 

(Louisville, KY) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems, 

Information Systems 

Audick, Melissa M 

(Long Valley, NJ) 

1 L, Law 

Aufiero, Damian Adam 

(Newton, MA) 

Junior, History 

Augarten, Greg 

(Far Rockaway, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Auger, Russell B 

(Chicago, IL) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Auger, Valerie R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Aughtry, Alex Shannon 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, English 

Augillard, Sharon Hyde 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Augonnet, Frederic Christian 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Augustine, Dominique M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Aujla, Rubin Jasbir 

(Mount Pleasant, SC) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Aultz, Adam Tyler 

(Little Rock, AR). 

Freshman, Engineering 

Aumiller, Kevin S. 

(Park Ridge, IL) 

Junior, Psychology 

Aung, Khine Zin 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 



Austin, Jessica Marie 

(Savannah, TN) 

Junior, Psychology 

The Jambalaya Yearbook 

Autin, Kate 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Psychology 

Auzenne, Jean A 

(Opelousas, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Avens, Holly Colleen 

(Memphis, TN) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Averbuch, Cutler Davis 

(Nashville, TN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Avery, Georgia Michelle 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior. Media Arts 

Avila, Elisa 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Aviles-Quinones, Alicia 

GD, Spanish 

Awad, Karim M 

(Somerville, MA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Awunyo-Akaba, Dzifa Adzo 

(Washington, DC) 

GM, International Health 

Axen, Abie Yakov 

(Hewlett, NY) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Aychiluhem, Tewabech 

Alemayehu 

(Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) 

Fourth Year Med, International 

Health 

Aydin, Firat 

(Ankara, Turkey) 

GM. Civil Engineering 

Ayub, Shalimar Ashley 

(Rowlett, TX) 

GD, Psychology 

Azhar, Jamie J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, Finance 

3L Class (Law School). Graduate 

Business Council 

Aziz, Owais Z 

(Austin, TX) 

1 L, Law 

Aziz, Sohail Said 

(Fpo, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Azoff, Jonathan H. 

(Beachwood, OH) 

Junior, PEMH 

Azon, Amanda Ann 

(Wheaton, IL) 

Senior, Psychology, Spanish 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Azuma, Pierce C. 

(Evanston, IL) 

Senior, Political Science 

Ba- Ados Gonzalo 

(Santaigo, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Babashoff, Danielle C 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

2L, Law 

Student Bar Association, Business 

Law Society. Tulane Lew Moot 

Court 

Babbitt, Bryanne Marie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, International Health 

Baber, Ethel F 

(Ackerman, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Baber, John T 

(Little Rock, AR) 

MD1, Medicine 

Babich, Cheryl L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Babin, Erin Galliano 

(Thibodaux, LA) 

Masters, Social Work 

Babin, Seth 

(Belle Chasse, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Babineaux, Paul 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Senior, Management 

Babovich, Stacy 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Babu, Sreelekha S. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Bach, Alexandra E. 

(Marshfield, MA) 

Senior, Art History 

Bachman, Jonathan Edward 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bachman, Kathryn Gray 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Bacque, F. Nick 

(Lafayette, LA) 

First Year Medi, Health Systems 

Management, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Medical School - 1st year. 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association, Running for 

Mayor of New Orleans, 2006. 

Bacque, Maximillian Earl 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior, Environmental 

Engineering 

Badakhsh, Roshan Azna 

(Omaha, NE) 

Graduate. Maternal And Child 

Health, Public Health - 

Epidemiology 

Baddour, Robert 

(Memphis, TN) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Badeaux Jr, Jetfery Lynn 

(Harvey, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Badejo, Adeleke M, Jr 

(Kearney, NE) 

Graduate, Pharmacology 

Badici, Ruxandra 

(Kenner, LA) 

GD, Physics 

Badii, Mastaneh 

(Mclean, VA) 

GD, International Development 

Badour, Christal 

(Moberly, MO) 

Senior, Psychology 

Badrajan, Garabet V. 

(Oceanside, NY) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Bae, Jingbuom 

(Saipan. Northern Marianas) 

Junior, Information Systems, 

Accounting 

NSCS 

Baek, Jung 

(Busan, South Korea) 

GM, Business 

Baesler, Rachel Mary 

(Roswell, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Baeza, Carlos 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Bagan, Ashley Erin 

(Highland Park, IL) 

Junior, English 

Bagga, Shalini 

(Decatur, GA) 

GD, Economics 

Bahm, Charles I 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Alpha Sigma Lambda 

Bahora, Yasmin Shabbir 

(Brentwood, TN) 

Senior, Latin American Studies 

Bai, He 

(Hefei Anhui, China) 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Baig, Mirza Rahim 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 



224 • Directory 



Bailey, April A 
(Wenalchee. WA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Bailey. Christen P 
(Charlottesville, va) 
GD. English 
Bailey, Jeremy 
(Biloxi, MS) 
Junior, Media Arts 
Bailey Rachel 
(Canton. OH) 

Junior. Cell 8, Molecular Biology 
Bailey, Sarah S 
(Santo Fe. NM) 
GM, Art History 
Bainum Stefanie Leigh 
(Charleston, SC) 
Freshman, Communication 
Chi Omega. Communication 
Majors Society. Catholic Center. 
Community Service, Art History. 
Photography 
Baird, Christine Tanjutco 
{Baton Rouge. LA) 
MD4, Medicine 
Baird, Drew C 
(Fort Atkinson. Wl) 
MD4. Medicine 
Bajaj Shoib 
(Kenner. LA) 

Sophomore, Engineering 
Bakare, Adeolu A 
(Harrisburg, PA) 
1 L. Law 

Bakare, Neal A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
3L, Law 

Bakeer, Mohamed-Aly R. 
(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 
Baker, Amelia Cushing 
(Sarasota, FL) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience. 
Psychology 
Baker, Ashley M. 
(Laplace, LA) 
Senior. Religious Studies 
Catholic Center. 2005-2006 
Spiritual Formation Chair 
Baker, Chasity 
(Springfield. OH) 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 
Baker, Christi A. 
(Amarillo, TX) 
Senior. Spanish 
Pre-Medical Society 
Success is not the key to happi- 
ness. Happiness is the key to suc- 
cess. Be Happy! Love. Mom & 
Dad 

Baker, Emilie Keach 
(Duxbury, MA) 
Senior. Marketing 
Baker Kristen N. 
(Statham. GA) 
GM, Anthropology 
Baker, Laura 
(Bethesda. MD) 
Senior. Communication 
Baker, Michael Barton 
(Lexington, KY) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Baker Rachel Love 
(S Easton, MA) 
Freshman, Architecture 
Baker, Riley Lee 
(Huntsville. AL) 
MD2, Medicine 
Baker, Sarah Margaret 
(Ogdensburg, NY) 
Freshman, Public Health - Global 
Community Health, French 
Chi Omega 
Baker Susan Kim 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD, Health Systems 
Management 
Baker Treneth P. 
(Houston, TX) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 



Baker Winston Ray 

(Slidell. LA) 

Undergraduate. Public Relations. 

Political Science 

Bakke Jonathan R 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior. Chemical Engineering. 

Mathematics 

Bakriwala. Alpaben 

Rajeshchandra 

(Surat/Gujarat) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Bala Rajesh Murall 

(Bakersfield. CA) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Balashov Vadim S. 

(Moscow. Russia) 

GD, Business 

Balasiano, Adam 

(Brooklyn. NY) 

Senior. Marketing 

Balazs Daniel A. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Chemical Engineering 

Baldassaro, Daniel O. 

(Harvey, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Balder Nathaniel Roy 

(Longmeadow, MA) 

Junior, History 

Baldwin, Timothy C. 

(Glen Ellyn, IL) 

Freshman, Electrical Engineering 

Baldwin, Will 

(New Orleans, LA) 

IL. Law 

Bales, Joshua G 

(Ennis, MT) 

MD4, Medicine 

Balich, Dan 

(Oakland, CA) 

Senior. Philosophy 

Congratulations, Don! Love 

Mom, Dad, Mike. Joe, and Matt. 

Baliga, Priya 

(Madison, MS) 

Junior, Sociology 

Ball, Carla Michelle 

(Severn, MD) 

Senior, Business 

Ball, Catherine Coley 

(Mobile, AL) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Ball, Michael William 

(Palestine, TX) 

Senior, Architecture 

Architecture Student Body. 

Tulane Orchestra. Tulane 

Concert Band 

Ball, Stuart Ross 

(Mobile, AL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Balla, Kenneth George 

(Toms River, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ballen, Josh G. 

(Katonah, NY) 

Senior, Finance 

Balsamo, Reagan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Balseiro, Laura A. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Psychology 

Psi Chi Honor Society 

Balsinde. Sergio A 

(Pinecrest, FL) 

2L. Law 

Balsky Megan Alexandra 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Junior, Marketing. Finance 

Balthazard. Mychelle 

(Montreal. Quebec. Canada) 

GD. International Development 

Bambrick. Erin Elizabeth 

(Holland. OH) 

Junior. Classical Studies 

Banden Timothy K 

(Gulfport. MS) 

3L, Law 



Bang, Ricky 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Chemical Engineering 

Banks, Adriana Kristlna 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Banks, Bradley Steven 

(Scottsdale. AZ) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Banks, Chantrice Montique 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Media Arts 

May Cod continue blessing you. 

Love. Mom, Dad and Ebi 

Banks, Suzanne Joy 

(E. Northport, NY) 

Sophomore, Ecology 8. Evol 

Biology 

Banks Calhoun, Richelle D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Bankster, Jamie 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM, Human Genetics 

Bankston, Tola Marikit 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Asian American Students United 

Banner, Sarah H 

(Lummi Island, WA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Bannerman, Robert C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Bannon, Joanna C. 

(Slidell, LA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Bannow, Severn P. 

(Vancouver, WA) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Banton, Robyn Elizabeth 

(Brunswick, ME) 

Senior, French 

Bao, Jing 

GM, Executive MBA 

Baptiste, Betty B. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Baran, Adam 

(Slidell, LA) 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Baranowski, Adda 

(Syosset, NY) 

Freshman. Biological Chemistry. 

Mathematics 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pre-Medical 

Society 

Barbach, Erin Nicole 

(Great Neck, NY) 

Junior. Management 

Barbe', Andre J. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Economics. Mathematics 

Barbee. Anise Nicole 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Finance 

Barbee, Kimberly J, 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Barber, Bradley Cook 

(Matthews, NC) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Barber, Kristen M 

(Whitmore Lake. Ml) 

GD. Sociology 

Barber Leah Dianne 

(Woodstock. GA) 

Junior. French 

Barbercheck Joseph Anthony 

(Crown Point, IN) 

GD, Molecular 8. Cellular Biology 

Barbier, Ashley M. 

(Plattenville. LA) 

Sophomore. Communication. 

Political Science 

Barbin George R. 

(Wenonah, NJ) 

Sophomore. Civil Engineering 



Barbon Bruce Caide 
(Pensacola, FL) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Pre-Medical Society. Residence 
Hall Association 
Congratulations on a historic 
academic and personal experi- 
ence. Love Dad, Mom and 
Valerie 

Barbon. Valerie Paige 
(Pensacola. FL) 
1 L. Law 

Barbour, Adrienne Clare 
(Roswell, GA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Barbour. Madeline Jeanerte 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Barbour, Russell Locke 
(Glen Head. NY) 
Junior, Accounting 
Barbu, Costln 
(Ploiesti, Romania) 
Doctoral, Computer Science 
Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers, American 
Association for Artificial 
Intelligence 

Kites rise highest against the wind 
- not with it. Keep rising! Best of 
luck, Winnie. 
Barch, Richard Lee 
(San Diego, CA) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Barcus, Theresa A. 
(Satellite Beach. FL) 
Sophomore. Public Health - 
Global Community Health. 
Philosophy 
Rock Climbing Club 
Bard, Benjamin W 
(Conway. AR) 
1 L. Law 

Bardell. Kristie Marie 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
GM. Health 

Communication/Education 
Bardolph, Frazier D 
(Greensboro. NC) 
FYR, Architecture 
Bardwell, Michael Nelson 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Barfield, Richard Derrek 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
Baricev, Kristen M. 
(Harahan, LA) 
Junior, Marketing, 
Communication 
Reily Employee Council (REC) 
Barker, B Justin 
(Salt Lake City. UT) 
MD3, Medicine 

American Medical Association - 
Medical Student Section 
Barket, Mary A 
(Kansas City. MO) 
2L. Law 

Barket Matthew A. 
(Miami. FL) 

Senior. Management 
Barnes Christina Tuere 
(White Plains, NY) 
GM. Health Systems 
Management 
Barnes, Corie 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Undeclared 
Barnes Ingrid Kessinger 
(San Antonio. TX) 
Junior. Philosophy 
Barnes Kendra Reshown 
(Tulsa, OK) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Barnes Nancy 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman, Paralegal Studies 



Barnes. Tiffany J. 

(Mobile. AL) 

Junior. English. Spanish 

African-American Congress of 

Tulone. National Society of Black 

Engineers. Pre-Low Sc. - 

Barnetl. Bari S. 

(Great Neck. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Barnett. Devin James 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

DEVON (36) We Love You And 

Are Proud Of You ROLL WAVE! 

Mom. Dad 4 Hillary. 

Barnett. Emma Y. 

(Cedar Grove, NJ) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Barnert. Hillary Merrill 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Legal Studies in 

Business. Management 

Pre-Low Society, Pi Beta Phi. 

Business Low Society 

Hillary - Reach for the stors...We 

love you and are so proud of 

you. Enjoy Broadway. Mom. Dad 

& Devi 

Barnert. Julia A 

(Houston. TX) 

MD3. Medicine 

Barney. Amy T 

(Chicago. IL) 

Senior. Spanish, English 

Sigma Delta Tau, Tulane 

University Campus Programming 

Baron Anne M. 

(Branford. CT) 

Junior. Spanish 

Bananco, Natalie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Business 

Bane Rebecca L 

(Harvey. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Banera, Romeo Robert 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Barrett Brenda J 

(29 Palms. CA) 

GD. International Development 

Barrett. Brooke 

(Jefferson. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Baneft, Harris Guy. II 

(Mobile. AL) 

Senior. History 

Congratulations Guy.' We are so 

proud of you! Love, Mom. Dad & 

Olivia Claire 

Banett Jeffrey Hamilton 

Banert Justin 

(Avon. NJ) 

Junior. English 

Barrett Nicholas Brooks 

(Carmel. CA) 

IL. Law 

Barrett Rima 

(Southoven. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Banient Brittany A. 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Senior. English / Writing. French 

Barrier Catherine Emily 

(Little Rock. AR) 

GD. Historical Preserv. Intd Ph.D. 

BamTleaux Bonnie Lynn 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Chemical Engineering. CeS 

and Molecular Biology 

Barrilleaux Melody 

(Marrero. LA) 

Senior, Sociology 

Baaios Francisco A 

(Santa Marta. Columbia) 

GM. Civil Engineering 

Barrois Christina 

(Lacombe. LA) 

Freshman. Digital Design 



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Barrosse, Susan Mary 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Graduate. Undeclared 
Barry, Douglas Edwin 
(Voorhees, NJ) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Bartek, Kelly Anne 
(Venice, FL) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Non lllegitimus carborundum! 
Kick butt. Star et at. 
Bartell, Leah Alexis 
(Stockton, CA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Barth, Erin S 
(Yorktown, VA) 
MD4, Medicine 
Bartha, Liliane Joyce 
(Olympia, WA) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Medicine and Art 
Bartholomew, Ryan 
(Westfield, NJ) 
Junior, Business 
Bartlett, George Robert, II 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Mechanical Engineering 
Bartlett, Jay Reed 
(Austin, TX) 

Sophomore, Electrical 
Engineering 
Barto, Aja Tai 
(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Barto, Aryan Rane 
(Houston, TX) 
Junior, Finance 
Barton, Carolyn Elizabeth 
(Bossier City, LA) 
2L, Law 

Barton, Gregory Wallace 
(Portland, OR) 
Sophomore. Architecture 
Barton, Kevin Tang 
(St Louis, MO) 
MD4. Medicine 
Barton, Nigel Brent 
(San Jose, Costa Rica) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Bartosh, Scott Philip 
(San Antonio, TX) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Barua, Renita Raxi 
(Katy, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Barzilay, Gil Marc 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Bascom, Brittany Leigh 
(Sudbury, MA) 
Freshman, Legal Studies in 
Business, Psychology 
Chi Omega, Lacrosse Club- 
Women's, College Republicans 
Bascos, Neil Andrew 
(Hamilton, NJ) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 
Bashambu, Monuj Triven 
(Savannah, GA) 
MD4, Medicine 
Basinga, Paulin 
(Butare, Rwanda) 
GD, International Development 
Baskerville, Maria L 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, Business 
Baskin, Brian J. 
(Glen Ridge, NJ) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Bass, Eric Paul 
(Jacksonville, FL) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Bassell, Jennifer Lauren 
(Rancho Sta Mar, CA) 
Junior, Spanish 
Basta, Elizabeth Marie 
(Woodstock, NY) 
Senior, Latin American Studies 



Bastian-Escobar. Cristian 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Basu, Andrew David 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Basu, Michael V. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Management 

Batanoiu, Mircea Sebastian 

(Wenatchee, WA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Batchelder, Jayda Faye 

(Rapid City, SD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Batchelor, Justin 

(Pass Christian, MS) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Bateman, David J 

(Wichita, KS) 

MD1, Medicine 

Bates, John 

(Oceanside, CA) 

Junior, English 

Bates, Joseph Gregory 

(Pearland, TX) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Bates, Sabrina Elaine 

(Gonzales, LA) 

Sophomore. Computer 

Engineering 

Bates, Tanya Nauj'ean 

(Linden, TX) 

Masters, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Batiste, Michael D. 

(Breaux Bridge. LA) 

Sophomore, Computer Info 

Systems 

Batlle. Oscar Rafael 

(Santo Domingo. Dominican 

Rep.) 

MD3, Medicine 

Medical School - 3rd year, Tulane 

Emergency Medicine Interest 

Group. Student National Medical 

Association, Unite for Sight 

Batson, Amber Richelle 

(Lubbock, TX) 

Masters, Management, Finance 

Batson, Dustin W 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Batt, Julie F 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Law Doctoral. Law 

Battey, Anne Richardson 

(Darien. CT) 

Freshman, Marketing 

Battiste, Patricia A 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Best Wishes in your new career as 

a Broadcaster at WLOX TB- 

Channel 13. Love, Amy, Antarr & 

Jose 

Battistini, Jacqueline Marie 

(Northfield. NJ) 

Junior, English 

Battle, Bennett O'Brien 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Battle, Ophelia Wynette 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Baubooa, Dimitri 

(Paris, France) 

SPU. Business 

Baucom, Catherine Clayton 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Bauer, Michael 

(San Mateo. CA) 

Senior, Accounting 

Congratulations!! Best of luck 

with your next adventure! 

Bauer, Shaun A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Spanish 



Baugher. Joyce C 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GD, Spanish 

Baum, David 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Flag Football 

Bauman, Abby Elizabeth 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bauman, Peter I. 

(Irving, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Baverman, Ariel Jenna 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Psychology, African and 

African Diaspora Stud. 

The Jambalaya Yearbook, 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Bawcom, Brad A 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Baxter, Kevin P. 

(Aiken. SC) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Baxter, Todd A 

3L, Law 

Baxter, William T. A. 

(Merritt Island. FL) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 

Bayer, Jason D 

(Waynesboro, PA) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Bays, Alison Marie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Bays, Nathan K 

(San Jose. CA) 

1 L, Law 

Bazal, Brandie J 

(Lakota, ND) 

Senior. Psychology, Sociology 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service 

Bazan, Maria Elvira 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Bazley, Harold, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Computer Info Systems. 

Digital Media Production 

Shockwave. Tulane Marching 

Band 

Beach, David A. 

(Statham. GA) 

Senior, History 

Beachler. Meagan E. 

(Bausman, PA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Tulane-Newcomb Choir. Phi 

Sigma Pi Honor Society 

Beal, Nicholas R. 

(Benson, NC) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Bean, Travis Fairchild 

(Bellevue. NE) 

Freshman, Political Science. 

Physics 

Foreign Lawyers' Association. 

Tulane Federalist Society 

Beard, Laurin L. 

(Little Rock. AR) 

Junior. Art History 

College Republicans 

Bearden, Cia Nicole 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior. Legal Studies. Spanish 

Kappa Alpha Theta, National 

Society of Collegiate Scholars. 

Big Brothers 

Bearl, Amanda Marie 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

Sophomore. Psychology 

Tulane Orchestra. Rugby Football 

Club-Women's 

Beasley, Emily Elizabeth 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Beasley, Michelle L. 

(Prospect, KY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Beasten, Amy E. 

(Birdsboro. PA) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 
Beaton, Justine Elizabeth 
(W. Newton. MA) 
Junior, Sociology 
Beatty, Michelle Elizabeth 
(Trumbull. CT) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Lacrosse Club- 
Women's 
Beau. Lilia M 
(Slidell, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 
Beauchamp, Adam T. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD. History 

Beauchard, Renaud Francois 
(Paris, France) 
3L, Law 

Law and Philosophy 
Beaulieu, Marcelle E 
(Jefferson, LA) 

GD. Political Sci/Lat Amer Studies 
Becerra. Margarita 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, Spanish 
Beck, Andrea Montis 
(Maple Ontario) 
MD3. Medicine 
Beck, Robert L. 
(Chattanooga, TN) 
MD3, Medicine 
Beck, William C 
(Stayton, OR) 
MD3. Medicine 
Becker. Caren Beth 
(Dallas. TX) 
MD3. Medicine 
Becker, Elizabeth Mary 
(Breese, IL) 
Senior. English 
Becker, Neal Danphim 
(Middletown. CT) 
Senior. Political Science 
Beckerman, Mollye 
(Metairie. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Beckett, Gerry 
(Metairie, LA) 
1 L, Law 

Beckley, Christina P 
GD, Health Systems 
Management 

Beckman, Christopher Robert 
(Grenada, MS) 
Junior, Psychology 
Becnel, Ashley J. 
(Destin, FL) 
1 L, Law 

Bednarski, Derek 
(Spring Hill, FL) 
Senior, Finance 
Beelendorf, Shanon N. 
(Sterling. IL) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Beers, Jennifer 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, Philosophy 
Beers, Meredith 
(The Woodlands. TX) 
Junior. English 
Beeson. Esther 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior. Undeclared 
Beethem, Amanda S. 
(Cheboygan, Ml) 
GM. Pharmacology 
Beevers, Shayna Lynn 
(Gretna, LA) 
Freshman. Accounting 
Newcomb College Senate, 
Undergraduate Student 
Government. Architecture 
Student Body. Student Alumni 
Ambassadors 
Behn, Daniel F 
(New Orleans, LA) 
1 L, Law 

Behrens, Carrie Elizabeth 
(Wilmette. IL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 



Behrens. Maxwell Henry 

(Red Wing, MN) 

Senior, Cell 8. Molecular Biology, 

Music 

Tulane Jazz Ensemble, Tulane 

Orchestra. Phi Sigma Pi Honor 

Society, Omicron Delta Kappa 

Honor Society 

Behrent, Courtney Leigh 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, French 

Behrhorst, Jessica Azucena 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Beiderwell, Samuel B. 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior. English 

Beierle. Michelle J. 

(Rockford, IL) 

Senior. Finance 

Beique, David J 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Beisler, Bradford J. 

(Glen Cove. NY) 

Junior, Accounting 

Bekman, Lauren E. 

(Malba, NY) 

SPU. TCEC 

Belame, Aditi Kumar 

(Al-Ain, UAE) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Belame, Shwetha Gowrishankar 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Electrical Engineering 

Belasen, Anat Michal 

(Voorheesville. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Belcher, Andrew C. 

(Lakeville, CT) 

Senior. English. Spanish 

Belfour, Christopher Adam 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Belkhouche, Mohammed 

(Tlemcen, Algeria) 

GM, Computer Science 

Bell. Brender Jackson 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Assoc. Human 

Resource Mngt 

Bell, Brian Paul 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship 

Bell, Bryan Kelly 

(Austin. TX) 

Junior, Finance, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, Biomedical 

Engineering Society 

Bell, Erynn M. 

(Jacksonville. FL) 

Junior, Accounting 

Bell, Frank R 

(Vienna, VA) 

2L, Law 

Bell, Lucas Adams 

(Fallston. MD) • 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bell, Lucy Elba Randolph 

(Birmingham. AL) 

Senior, Finance 

Bell, Margaret Y. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Accounting 

Bell, Steven C 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bell. William Harrison 

(New Bern, NC) 

Junior, Geology 

Beller. John M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, History 

Bellin, Shana B. 

(Austin, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



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Bello, Rebecca R 
(Garland. TX) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Belluzzo, Charlyn Marcusen 
(San Francisco. CA) 
GD. Health Systems 
Management 
Belman, Matthew 
(Moreland Hills. OH) 
Junior. Business 
Belousova. Xenia Andreevna 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Marketing 
Belser, Mikell A. 
(Bethesda. MD) 
Junior. Spanish 
Ben. Natasha Helena 
(Violet. LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Ben, Timothy W. 
(Philadelphia, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Ben-Artzi, Maayan 
(Palo Alto. CA) 
Senior, Economics, Studio Art 
Benavides, Moises 
(Monterrey. Mexico) 
GM. Business 

Latin and American Student 
Association, Sailing Club, Soccer 
Club-Men's. Travel, Photography 
Benbasat, Avi 
(Weston, FL) 

• Sophomore, Undeclared 
Bencaz, Angelle Francois 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Alumni. Mathematics 
Benda. Jillian L 
(Middletown, NJ) 
2L. Law 

Bendat, Jeremy 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Bender, Beth 
(Port Clinton, OH) 
Junior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 
Policy 

Bender, Eric Charles 
(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Bender, Kimberly P 
(Boston, MA) 
3L, Law 

Bender, Sara Munro 
(Nashville. TN) 
Senior. Philosophy 
Benetrix, Catherine 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Benfield. Benjamin Allen 
(River Ridge. LA) 
Senior. Media Arts 
Benjamin, Cortney M. 
(Fargo. ND) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Benjamin, Jessica llene 
(Natick, MA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Benjamin, Stephanie B. 
(Old Bethpage. NY) 
Senior, Art History 
Bennett, Brian M 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore. Media Arts 
Bennett Cecily Arlynn 
(River Ridge. LA) 
GD. Biological Chemistry 
Bennett, Lindsay Nicole 
(Marco Island. FL) 
Senior. PHLM 
Bennett Mark Adam 
(Orinda, CA) 
Junior, Marketing 
Bennett, Rene M. 
(Yorba Linda, CA) 
1 L, Law 

International law, International 
Law Society 



Bennett Ryan M 

(Slidell. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Beno. Nicole Strouse 

(Maplewood, NJ) 

Senior, Management 

Benozer, Tristan Jeremy 

(Rancho Santa Fe, CA) 

Freshman, PELE 

Benson, Cooper 

(Louisville, KY| 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Benson, Jill A. 

(Seattle. WA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Benson, Kathleen 

(Piano, TX) 

Senior, History 

Benson, Kathryn Rachel 

(Santa Monica, CA) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Benson, Laurie Lynn 

(Wauwatosa, Wl) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Bentow, Jason Joshua 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Bercek, Bill B. 

(Burr Ridge, IL) 

1L, Law 

Bercek, Whitney Elizabeth 

(Burr Ridge, IL) 

Junior, Management 

Berde, Max Eric 

(Spokane, WA) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Bereau, Laurie Elisa 

(France) 

Senior. History 

Berenblit, Joseph 

(Brooklyn. NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Berg, Arielle 

(Owings Mills, MD) 

Junior, Sociology 

Berg, Joshua Daniel 

(Huntington, NY) 

Junior. History 

Berg, Kaitlin Walsh 

(Alpharetta, GA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Berg, Nicholas H 

(Kensington. MD) 

Junior, Economics 

Berger, Adierah 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Berger. Brittany Sarah 

(Rye Brook. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Berger. Daniel James 

(Ellenville. NY) 

Senior. Political Science 

Berger, Jeffrey S. 

(Newton, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Berger, Jill Marissa 

(Metairie, LA) 

3L, Law 

Bergeron, Carolina Elizabeth 

(New Roads, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Student Government Association 

of the School of Social Work 

Berghaus, Mary 

(Durham. NC) 

GM. International Health 

Bergman, Eleanor Kuehl 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Bergman, Gabrielle Elizabeth 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bergrin Richard J. 

(Pomona, NY) 

Junior. Mechanical Engineering 

Bergstrom, Christina N 

(West Lafayette, IN) 

MD4, Medicine 



Bergstrom, Kristin Elizabeth 

(Carlisle, MA) 

Sophomore, English, Psychology 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Berke, Daniel Ross 

(Lawrence, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

G/ad to see you and your friends 

are back at Tulane. Love. Mom 

&Dad 

Berkenstadt. Jonathan 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Berkheimer. Andrew L. 

(Tustin, CA) 

Senior, Accounting 

Berkley, Sarah 

(Woodcliff Lake, NJ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Berkman. Steven Joseph 

(Coral Springs, FL) 

Senior, Accounting 

Berkowitz, Eric A 

(Short Hills, NJ) 

3L. Law 

Berkowifz Sultan, Michelle 

(Guatemala City. Guatemala) 

Junior, Latin American Studies 

Berktay, Asligul 

(Istanbul. Turkey) 

GD. Latin American Studies 

Berliner. Daniel 

(Owings Mills. MD) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Berliner. Jaron S. 

(Vashon. WA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Berman, Adam Joseph 

(Buffalo Grove, IL) 

GM, Neuroscience 

Berman, Matthew Evan 

(Melville. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bermudez, Nelson Antonio 

(Sanford, FL) 

Junior, English 

Bernadas, Eleanore Clare 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Bernard, Brett Allison 

(Galliano, LA) 

Masters, Social Work 

Bernard, David C. 

(Harvey, LA) 

Junior, Information Systems, 

Political Science 

Bernard, John P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Bernard, Laura J 

(Burlington, VT) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Bernard, Lewis J 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 

Bernard Madalin 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Bernard, Miceal Chernell 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared, Dance 

Basketball, Basketball, Basketball 

Bernard, Nicholas Robert 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bernards Ashley Marie 

(Mcminnville, OR) 

Freshman, Mathematical 

Economics. Management 

TU Volleyball. TU Cross 

Country /Track 

S/eph, / wanna rock and wake 

me up before you go-go. Love 

you! Your roomy Ashley. 

Bernasconi Danielle E. 

(Southborough. MA) 

Sophomore. Business. Spanish 

Soundwave 

Bemd Andrew Philip 

(Dunedin, FL) 

Senior. Finance 



Bernd, Jennifer Pilar 

(Dunedin, FL) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Berner. Crystal O 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Berner, Paul Michael 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Bernick. Elizabeth Claire 

(River Forest, IL) 

Junior, Communication 

Bernier, Jeremy 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Bernik, Brittany Marie 

(Erie. PA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Berns, Phillip A. 

(La Place. LA) 

Freshman. Political Science 

College Republicans 

Bernstein, Beth Song 

(Baldwin. NY) 

2L. Law 

Bernstein. Matthew 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

GM, Finance 

Bernstein, Michael Paul 

(Swansea. IL) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Bernstein, Oren 

(Haleiwa, HI) 

MD3, Medicine 

Bernstein, Robert Stephen 

(Monroe, CT) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Bernstein, Robyn Melissa 

(Potomac. MD) 

Junior, Marketing 

Bernzweig, Julie A. 

(Chagrin Falls, OH) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Berren, Abigail 

(Barrington. Rl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Berrios, Jorge Antonio 

(Valrico, FL) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Berrios, Nathaniel I. 

(Jamul, CA) 

Freshman, Neuroscience 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. 

Fencing Club. Running. 

Intramural Basketball 

We're so proud of you, let God 

guide your life & your dreams will 

come true. Dad. Mom, Nick & 

Family 

Berris, Russell Paul 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Linguistics. 

International Development 

Tulane Alternative Breaks. Indoor 

Soccer, Tulane College Bowl, 

Dodgeball, WTUL Apprentice 

Berruti, Andres A. 

(Fishers, IN) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Berry, Bryne Dawn 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Pi Beta Phi 

Berry, Luisa E 

(Buda. TX) 

MD3, Medicine 

Berry Nicole M. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Berry, Simonette 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Art Studio 

Berthelot Kenneth 

(Hammond, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Berthelot Libeau J 

(Franklinton. LA) 

3L, Law 

Bertin, Taylor King 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Junior, Marketing 



Bertini. Lauren E 

(Annandale. VA) 

I L. Lav/ 

Bertrand. Mark E 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Bertrand. Sara Elizabeth- 

(Sulphur. LA) 

Freshman. Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

Bertschy, Erin Starr 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. International Health 

Bertucci. Elizabeth B 

(Lafayette. LA) 

MD I . Medicine 

Bertuzzi, John 

(Old Greenwich. CT) 

Senior. Finance 

Berumen, Jennifer A. 

(Fort Smith, AR) 

MD3, Medicine 

Besancon, Edward C. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Beske. Melissa A 

(Jasper. GA) 

Graduate. Anthropology 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association. Graduate 

School Student Association. 

College Democrats. TASA. 

Intramural Softball. Ethnographic 

Research 

Beskin, Veronica Rachael 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Junior. Musical Performance. 

Jewish Studies 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Hillel 

Besser. Max 

(Santiago) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Best, Donna Marie 

(Memphis. TN) 

2L. Law 

Betancourt Figueros Diana 

(Bogota) 

SPU. Business 

Betbadal. Anthony Michel 

(Carmel. IN) 

Junior. Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Rock Climbing Club 

Bethea, Jack Risher 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Bethune Meredith 

(Newport. Rl) 

GM. History 

Betts, William 

(Kinnelon. NJ) 

Senior. Economics 

Beverwyk. Jessica J 

(East Lansing. Ml) 

GM. International Health 

Bevill Megan Claire 

(Cartersville. GA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Bewley Lindsey M 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Chemistry 

Bewley Ryan E. 

(Flower Mound. TX) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Beyer Roberta Rea 

(Lexington. MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Beyers Jeffrey J 

(Saratogo. CA) 

GD. Psychology 

Beyt David Andre 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Bhangley Mihir J. 

(Marlboro. NJ) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Bhardwaj Prabhaav 

(Harvey. LA) 

Junior. Bectrical Engineering 

Bharmal Husain M 

(Stone Mountain. GA) 

MDl. Medicine 



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Bhaskaran, Muthu 

(Trichy, India) 

GD. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Bhattacharya, Pratik 

Dipakeshwar 

(Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Bhattacharyya, Ayan 

(Jackson. NJ) 

Junior. Management, Marketing 

Indian Association of Tulane 

University, Tulane Entrepreneurs 

Association, American Marketing 

Association, Office of 

Multicultural Affairs 

Bhoi, Alok Arunrao 

(Maharashtra, India) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Bhuiyan, Azad Rahman 

(Dhaka, Bangladesh) 

GD, International Health 

Bhutto, Junaid 

(Karachi, Pakistan) 

MD3, Medicine 

Bicak, Tess Danica 

(Oak Park, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bice, Kelsea Kathleen 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

Engineering Student Council, 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers 

Congratulations on surviving your 

first semester at Tulane!! 

Bice, Thomas J 

(Houston, TX) 

MD2, Medicine 

Bickham, Christopher Brett 

(Denville, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bickham, Ryan C. 

(Pearland, TX) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Biddle, Peyton R, III 

(Davidsonville, MD) 

3L, Law 

Bieber, Adam 

(Chevy Chase, MD) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bieber, Evan Todd 

(Plainview, NY) 

Senior, Political Science 

Bielonko, Amanda 

(Berlin, CT) 

Senior, Psychology. Women's 

Studies 

Circle K International, Peer 

Health Advocates, Hullabaloo 

Bielski, Brent Davis 

(Winter Park, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

None of us will ever forget your 

freshman year and Hurricane 

Katrina! We love you. Mom and 

Dad 

Bienvenu, James M 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Bienvenu, Kyle D 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Bieri, Kevin 

(Frisco, TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Bigger, Alissa L. 

(Dallas. TX) 

Sophomore. Accounting, 

Women's Studies 

Biggs, Huntley H 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Freshman, Casino Resort 

Management 

Biggs, William R 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

2L, Law 

Bigham, Sidney Conwell 

(Tallahassee, FL) 

Senior, English / Writing 



Biguenet, Jonathan A 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Computer Science 

Biles, Melissa L 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Psychology, Spanish 

Psi Chi Honor Society, Pre- 

Medical Society, Women In 

Science. Sigma Delta Pi Honor 

Society 

Graduation Best Wishes. We are 

proud of you Melissa. Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Bilich, Richard 

(Luling, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Billie. Elesa M. 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Billie, Helen Denise 

(Carthage, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Billingham, Chase M 

(Boxford, MA) 

Senior, Sociology, French 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Billizon, Amy Raven 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Billy, Alex 

(Carthage, MS) 

Freshman, Casino Resort 

Management 

Billy, Jamie Dwight 

(Choctaw, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Binder, Jonathan A 

(Clifton Park, NY) 

2L, Law 

Bingham, Jessica Boit 

(Live Oak, FL) 

Senior. Theatre. Dance 

Shockwave 

Bingham, Michael Brock 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, History 

Binion, Jessica Leigh 

(Lagrange, GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Baptist Collegiate Ministry, Pre- 

Law Society 

Binnings, Gregory Scott 

(Roanoke. VA) 

1 L. Law 

Birdsall, Emily R 

(Cut Off, LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Birtel, Michael Anderson 

(Jefferson, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bisama, Eugenio 

GM, Executive MBA 

Bisbey, Brandon P. 

(Jasper, TX) 

GD, Spanish 

Bishop, Jeffrey Don 

(Natchitoches. LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Bishop, Meghan E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Bishop, William R. 

IL, Law 

Bisschop, Marcia M. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Junior, Journalism, Sociology 

Soundwave 

Bissell, Alexander Richard 

(Nashville, TN) 

Senior, Latin American Studies, 

Political Science 

College Democrats, 

Undergraduate Student 

Government 

Bissell, Rachael V 

(Ewing, NJ) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 



Bissell, Stephanie J. 

(Ewing, NJ) 
Junior, Business 
Bissell, William R 
(Gulfport, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Biszko, John P. 
(Tiverton, Rl) 
Junior, Russian 

Congratulations on all your suc- 
cess. Next year you graduate!! 
We love you! Mom and Dad 
Bittman, Mark Evan 
(Roslyn, NY) 
MD4, Medicine 
Bizimana, Jean de Dieu 
(Kigali) 

GD, International Development 
Bjork, Christopher S. 
(Galway, NY) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Bjornerud, Brittany 
(Annapolis. MD) 
Junior, Business 
Bjornstrom, Carina Elisabeth 
(Espoo, Finland) 
Freshman, Engineering 
Black, Bradley E. 
(Meridian, MS) 
Sophomore, Architecture 
Black, Caitlin Elise 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Black, Jeffrey R. 
(Andover, MA) 

Junior. Chemical Engineering 
Black, Kathryn Ann 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Black, Laura Leigh 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Black, Meghan R. 
(Sugar Land, TX) 
Junior, Exercise Science 
Black, Roslyn 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM. Liberal Arts 
Blackburn, Chavon M 
(Chicago, IL) 
MD4, Medicine 
Student National Medical 
Association. American Medical 
Women's Association. Flag 
Football 

Blackburn, Morgan Deborah 
(Houston. TX) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Blackledge, Ryan H 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Third Year Law, Finance, 
Management 
Tulane Moot Court Board, 
Business Law Society. 3L Class 
(Law School) 

Blackwell, Benjamin Joseph 
(Metairie. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Blackwell, Kevin Paul 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Blackwell, Paula F. 
(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Computer Info 
Systems 

Blackwell, Rahya Ellie 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Blackwell, Sarah P. 
(Princeton, NJ) 
Freshman, Anthropology 
Rugby Football Club-Women's 
/ salute your and your classmates' 
spirit and loyalty in Tulane's most 
memorable yeo[! Love Mom 
Blair, Jonathan Michael-Brad 
(Laguna Hills, CA) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Blake, Anna 
(Ontario, Canada) 
GM, Undeclared 



Blake, Jessica R. 
(Liberty, TX) 

Senior, Latin American Studies 
Blake, Lauren Ashley 
(Franklin Lakes. NJ) 
Senior, Psychology 
With all of our love and best wish- 
es for your success. Love 
Mommy. Daddy, and Amanda! 
Blakely, Catherine Nell 
(Great Falls, VA) 
Junior, Political Science 
Blakely, Michael C. 
(Dallas. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Blakeslee, Richard Austin 
(Alexandria, VA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Blakey, Ashley Elizabeth 
(Prescott, AZ) 
GM, International Health 
Blanchard, Adam James 
(Rockville Center. NY) 
Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Blanchard, Dalmer A. 
(Slidell. LA) 
GD, Social Work 
Blanchard, Eric J 
(Covington, LA) 
Senior, Electrical Engineering 
Blanchard. Jason I. 
(Rockville Center. NY) 
Junior, Legal Studies 
Blanchard, Jerry J 
(Labadieville, LA) 
GM, Architecture 
Blanche, Tandra M 
(Irving. TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Blanchet, James Franklin 
(Wyomissing, PA) 
Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 
Blanco, Sergio 
(Santiago. CH) 
Masters, Executive MBA 
Tulane University Latin American 
Studies Organization 
Blanco Jaime, Jose Alejandro 
(Bogota. Columbia) 
Graduate, Marketing, Finance 
Blanco-Cano, Rosana 
(Mexico Df) 
GD, Spanish 
Blanton, Rebecca E 
(Covington, LA) 
GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 
Blass, Dwight Steven 
(Ormond Beach, FL) 
Senior, Economics, Management 
Community Action Council of 
Tulane University Students 
Blaszak, Leslie Marilyn 
(Lagrange, IL) 
Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Blatchley, Samuel P 
(Woodbury, MN) 
2L, Law 

Blattner, Amanda Jacqueline 
(Yardley, PA) 
Junior, Psychology 
Blau, Henry 
(San Jose) 

Junior, Management 
Blaustein, Gail 
GD, Mathematics 
Bleich. Lauren Michele 
(Metairie, LA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Bleicher, David 
(Shadyside, MD) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Blessing, Anne Hanahan 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, English 

Blevins, Caroline Louise 
(Harrisonburg, VA) 
GM, International Health 



Bley, Rachael R 

(Mansfield, MA) 

Senior, History 

Pre-Law Society, Celtic Society, 

Student Alumni Ambassador, 

Choir 

Block, Adam M 

(Olivette. MO) 

GM. Finance 

Block, Gregory J 

(Richmond Hill) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Blocker, Elizabeth Ashley 

(Colorado Springs, CO) 

GM, International Health 

Blonski, Jacek 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Blood, Owen M 

1 L, Law 

Bloodsaw, Karen J. 

(Forest, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bloss, Emily 

(Washington, DC) 

GD, International Health 

Blue, Jeffery D 

(Ponchatoula, LA) 

Freshman, Social Sciences, 

History 

Bluett-Mills. Gabriella M 

(Palo Alto. CA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Blum, Ronald S., II 

3L, Law 

Blum, Sari W. 

(Denver, CO) 

Sophomore, Communication 

Blumenstein, Andrea 

(Yardley, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Blumling, Corrine M 

(Edenton, NC) 

Masters, International Health 

Bluth, Marjorie L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L. Law 

Boateng, Kwabena 

GM, Business 

Boatwright, Lauren J. 

(Monument, CO) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bobrinskoy, Amy Elizabeth 

(Glenview, IL) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Bocage, Jered David 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Bock. Jiselle 

(Durham. NC) 

GM, Public Health And Trap Med 

Bockman, Victor E., Jr 

(Walker) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Bodani. Princess Marie 

(Nitro, WV) 

Senior, English, Women's Studies 

Circle K International 

Bodker, Jessica Marcos 

(Leawood, KS) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Bodor, Nicholas 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Community Health Sciences 

Boe, Gary P. 

(Laplace, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Boeckelman, Bonita 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Boehm, Edward N 

(Chattanooga, TN) 

3L. Law 

Boelsche, Megan 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Boesch, William Edward 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 



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Bolman, Lindsay 

(Clearwater. FL) 

Sophomore, Managemenl. 

Marketing 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pre-Law 

Society. Volunteering 

Bogan, Lezln M. 

(River Ridge., LA) 

Senior, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bogan, Thomas J. 

(Marietta, GA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Bogatch, Michael T. 

(Ventura. CA) 

MDI, Medicine 

Boger, Trawick Jerome 

(Conyers, GA) 

Senior. Media Arts 

Boggs, Eric A. 

(Arlington, MA) 

Junior, Latin American Studies 

Bogorad, David A. 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Bohdan, Andrea J. 

(Darien, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bohlander, Rachael A 

(Plymouth, Ml) 

3L, Law 

Bohlke, Angela K 

(New Ulm, MN) 

MD4, Medicine 

Bonn, William Scott 

(Kansas City, KS) 

Sophomore, Legal Studies in 

Business. Finance 

Bonne, Stephanie C. 

(New York, NY) 

Junior, Art History 

Boileau, Harry Scott 

(Lowell, MA) 

Senior, Theatre 

Congrafu/af/ons! We are so 

proud of you! Love. Mom & Dad 

Boindala, Priya Shilpa 

(Chennai, India) 

GD, Mathematics 

Boitnott, Lahra 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Tropical Medicine 

Bolanis, Alexandra H 

(Jericho Ctr, VT) 

3L. Law 

Bolig, Ramsey Tracy 

(Britton, Ml) 

GD, Spanish 

Bolin, Jessica Danyel 

(Harrisburg, IL) 

Junior, Cell &. Molecular Biology 

Bollheimer, Stephanie Nicole 

(Monmouth Junction, NJ) 

Freshman. Management, Art 

History 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, Volleyball 

Club 

Bonack. Robert J. 

(Green Bay, Wl) 

Masters, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Bonanno Aurora 

(Staten Island, NY) 

Masters, Health Systems 

Management 

American College of Healthcare 

Executives 

Bonck, John Harry 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Theatre 

Bondani, Kathryn J. 

(Memphis, TN) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Runner's Club. Phi Sigma Pi Honor 

Society. Pre-Medical Society 

Bondurant. Anthony Dee 

(San Gabriel. CA) 

Doctoral. International Health 

Boneva lana G. 

(Flower Mound. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

TU Women's Swim & Diving 



Bonoy, Shay Kathleen 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Sophomore. Media Arts 

Bonhomme, Vanessa E 

(Miami, FL) 

3L, Law 

Bonnette. Sarah 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Preservation Studies 

Bonstaff, Timothy John 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Bonzon, Christopher J 

(Truckee, LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Book, Heather K 

(West Des Moines, IA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Bookhardt li Thomas James 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bookout, John F. 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Boone, Shannon Diane 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Booth, Amanda Kay 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Management, 

Marketing 

Booth, Emily E. 

(Missouri City, TX) 

Junior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy, Art History 

Kappa Alpha Theta, College 

Republicans. Pre-Law Society 

Booth, Meredith 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Booth, Ranice C. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Boothby, Thomas 

(Wilton, CT) 

Sophomore, Biological Chemistry 

Booty, Matthew Gregory 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Borcar, Apurva 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Borchert, Laura E 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

MD2, Medicine 

Bordages, Danielle C. 

(Bay St. Louis, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bordeaux, Kimberly Agnes 

(Durham, NC) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Bordelon, Christopher Paul 

(Alexandria, LA) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Bordelon, Lily Louise 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bordelon, Peggy 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Preservation Studies 

Bordes, Randy Michael 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Bordlee, Bruce Peter, Jr 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

Junior. Ecology 8. Evol Biology 

Pre-Medical Society. Rowing. 

Catholic Center 

Bordman, Cam A 

(Point Pleasant, WV) 

2L. Law 

Bordonaro, Peter D 

(Niagra Falls, NY) 

1 L. Law 

Bordy, Stephanie S. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior. Anthropology 

Borenstein Amanda Rose 

(Bellmore. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



Borenstein. Erik M 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Junior. Business 

Borgattl, Sarah C. 

(Fairfax. VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Borja, Ana Maria 

(Quito, Ecuador) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Bormann, Catherine C. 

(Wilkesboro. NC) 

Senior, German Cultural Studies 

Martial Arts Club 

Borne, Heath F. 

(Norco. LA) 

Masters. Social Work 

Tennis Club, Student Government 

Association of the School of 

Social Work, Avid Hunter, 

Fisherman, Dog Trainer 

Bomeman. Kimberly J. 

(Woodlands, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Boros, Jozef 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Economics, Finance 

Associated Student Body 

Borshard, Elizabeth 

(Piano, TX) 

MD3, Medicine 

Bortel, Kathryn L. 

(Ashburn. VA) 

Junior, Business 

Bortniker, Keith E. 

(Tappan, NY) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Boschini. Jill Christine 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GM, International Health 

Boss, Lindsey Elizabeth 

(Essex Fells. NJ) 

Junior, Finance 

Bossart, Paige A. 

(Tyler, TX) 

Freshman, Public Health - Global 

Community Health 

Chi Omega 

Bost, Neal Wayne 

(Beaumont, TX) 

Sophomore, Cell and Molecular 

Biology, Chemistry 

Rowing, Pre-Medical Society, 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Bost, Travis Kyle 

(Kingwood, TX) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Bostick, Barrett 

(Winter Haven, FL) 

GM, Business 

Kappa Alpha Order. Psi Chapter, 

Tulane College Bowl, TU Baseball 

Boswell, Kimberly A 

(Chico. CA) 

Second Year Med, Medicine 

Bosworth, Michael C. 

(S Dartmouth. MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Botnick, Benjamin Jacob 

(Luling, LA) 

Sophomore, Physics 

Air Force Reserve Officer Training 

Corp 

Bottoni, Erica 

(Lawrenceville. NJ) 

Junior, Accounting 

Bottorff, Rachel M. 

(Spotsylvania. VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Bottrell, Joseph P. 

(Fargo, ND) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bouchlas. Jonathan 

(W Palm Beach, FL) 

Sophomore, Business 

Boudaba Khedidja 

(Jefferson. LA) 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Boudreaux Chelsie E. 

(New Iberia. LA) 

Freshman, Management 

Kappa Alpha Theta 



Boudreaux Megan Elizabeth 
(Lafayette, LA) 

Sophomore, Psychology. Latin 
American Studies 
Gymnastics Club. Newcomb 
Assets, College Republicans 

Boudreaux, Ray A., Jr 

(Abbeville, LA) 

Junior. Social Sciences 

Bounds, Courtney E. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Bourg, Rebecca Jean 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bourgeois, Amanda Alise 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Bourgeois, Christina Nicole 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bourgeois, Jena L. 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Bourgeois, Kady G 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Bourgeois, L John, IV 

(Charlottesville. VA) 

Senior, Political Science, English 

Kappa Alpha Order, Psi Chapter, 

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship 

Bourgeois, Nicholas Joseph 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Bourgeois, Scott Joseph 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Bourgeois Sieglinda S. 

(Gretna. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bourn, David 

(Franklinton, LA) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Boushie, Kelsey M 

(Tupper Lake. NY) 

2L, Law 

Business Law Society, Alternative 

Dispute Resolution Law Society. 

Career Development Office 

Liaisons Committee 

Boussert, Joel S 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

3L. Law 

Boutrouille, Benedicte A 

(Lighthouse, FL) 

IL, Law 

Bowden, David Taylor 

(Decatur. GA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Bowe, Regina N 

(Freeport) 

MD3, Medicine 

Bowen, Ashley B 

(Kremlin, OK) 

Fourth Year Med. Business 

Bowen Jennifer L. 

(Pembroke. MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bowen Matthew Aaron 

(Foley, AL) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 

American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Rugby Club-Men's 

Bowens Thomas Edward 

(Slidell. LA) 

GD, Earth 8. Environmental 

Sciences 

Bowers, Erin Michele 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior. Chemistry. Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Intensive Newcomb. Mortar 

Board 

Bowers Jared A. 

(Glendale. AZ) 

Junior, Architecture 

Bowers Susan Wescott 

(New Orleans. LA| 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



Bowers, Thelma J. 

(Berwick. LA) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bowers, Yasmin 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Bowler, Adrlenne Price 

(West Simsbury. CT) 

Junior, Sociology. Environmental 

Studies 

Bowler, Brian J 

(Harahan. LA) 

Freshman, Computer Inlo 

Systems. Mathematics 

Bowman. William D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Philosophy 

Bowser. Wade 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Boxwell. Erin E. 

(Spearman, TX) 

Senior, Art History. Spanish 

Boyajian David R 

(Barrington. Rl) 

IL. Law 

Boyar. Justin W. 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Boyarsky, Elise Nicole 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Communication 

Boyce. Crystal M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Boyd Emily Winship 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Junior. Communication 

Boyd. Jennifer Clarissa 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior. Accounting 

Boykin. Jenira M. 

(Biloxi, MT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Boyle, Candace Marie 

(Nom'stown, PA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Boyle, Patrick Kevin 

(Germantown. MD) 

Senior. English 

Brabson. Adam 

(Slidell. LA) 

GM, Business 

Bracken Robert 

(Nashville. TN) 

Junior. Architecture 

Bracket! Catherine 

(Palm Desert. CA) 

Senior. Accounting 

We are proud of you. Love 

Always! Bo. Nancy and Helen 

Bradberry Monique Y. 

(Mandeviile. LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Bradbury Felix J 

(Metairie. LA) 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Braddy Paige D. 

(Henderson. NV) 

Sophomore. Business 

Bradford William 

(Louisville. KY) 

GM. Health Systems 

Managen • 

Bradley Benjamin T. 

(Plaquemine. LA) 

Freshman. Biological Chemistry. 

Philosophy 

Bradley Ji 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Finance 

Bradley Knicholas L 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Masters. Liberal Arts 

Alpha Phi Alpha. Zeta Mu 

Lambda Chapter Vice President 



Directory • 229 



Brady, Chris 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Flag Football, Flag Football, 

Intramural Basketball/ 

Networking 

Brady, Patrick Joseph 

(Houma. LA) 

Junior, Finance 

Brady, Sarah Jane Elizabeth 

(Pinole, CA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Brady, Sean P 

(Metairie, LA) 

3L, Law 

Brahm, Anna L. 

(Irvine, CA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Braiden, Reashelle L 

(Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada) 

SPG. International Development 

Braman, Jennifer Ann 

(Nashville. TN) 

Junior. Architecture 

Brancaccio. Suzanne Jane 

(New York. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Branch, Kecia 

(Slidell, LA) 

Sophomore. Paralegal Studies 

Brandon, Namdi Victor 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore. Engineering 

Brandt, Gretchen 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brandt, Heather Michelle 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Doctoral, Psychology 

Brandt. Samuel T 

(Miami Shores, FL) 

3L, Law 

Braneon, Bryan Michael, Jr 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Brangwynne, Michael 

(Belmont, MA) 

Junior, Business 

Brankin, Amy 

(Villa Park. IL) 

GM. Tropical Medicine 

Brannen, Travis 

(Leander, TX) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Branta, Scott Daniel 

(Okemos, Ml) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Branton, Matthew Allen 

(Cookeville. TN) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

What an excellent person you 

are! We're very happy for you. 

Much love. Mom and Dad 

Brashier, Brandon E 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Brashier, Rachel Leigh 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Braswell, Whitney Strickland 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bratton, Laura E. 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Brauner, Ashley Elizabeth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, English 

Phi Alpha Delta Honor Society, 

Pre-Law Society, College 

Republicans, Sigma Tau Delta 

Honor Society, Kappa Delta 

Alumna 

It's your senior year and all your 

hard work will lead you to your 

goal - LAW SCHOOL! Love Mom 

&Dad 

Braunstein. Laura A 

(Delmar, NY) 

1 L, Law 

Bray, (Catherine 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Sociology 



Breaux, Marie-Anne N 

(Lafayette, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Breckenridge, Hugh Wilder 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Accounting, Spanish 

College Republicans, Delta 

Kappa Epsilon - Tau Lambda 

Chapter, Wrestling 

Breckinridge, Alexander 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Breeding, Bradley L. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Breeskin, Molly L. 

(Denver, CO) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Hullabaloo 

Breland, Quin Hillman, IV 

(Columbia, MS) 

Second Year Law, Law 

Student Bar Association, Christian 

Legal Society, Kappa Alpha 

Order, Psi Chapter 

Good Luck in law school! 

Bremner, Jessica L. 

(Ross. CA) 

Senior, Latin American Studies 

Brendle, Amanda Elizabeth 

(Wetumpka, AL) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Brennan, Brian W 

MD2, Medicine 

Medical Military Student 

Association, Tulane Life Support 

Society 

Brennan, Francesco A 

(Covington, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Brennan, Timothy K. 

(Wayland. MA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Brennan, Zachary H. 

(South Freeport, ME) 

Masters, Architecture 

Brenner, James Henry, III 

(Mill Valley, CA) 

Junior. Marketing 

Brenner, Timothy J. 

(Guilford. CT) 

Freshman. Political Science, 

Philosophy 

Fencing Club, College 

Republicans 

Brennion, Karlye 

(Longview, TX) 

SPU, TCEC 

Brentley, Anita Lynn 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Bresler, Brittany L. 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bressler, Shelly 

(North Potomac, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brett, SarahScott 

(Durham, NC) 

MD1, Medicine 

Brett, Sean M 

(Burke. VA) 

3L, Law 

Brettner, Jacqueline M 

3L. Law 

Bretzin, Charles F 

(Stafford. VA) 

Junior, Engineering 

Breuder, Philip 

(Bedford, NH) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Brewer, Jacquelyn M 

(Tualatin, OR) 

MD4, Medicine, Public Health - 

Health Infomatics 

Brewer, Jessica R 

(Keene, NH) 

Senior. Medieval Studies 

Brewton, Sarah Melissa 

(Del Rio, TX) 

Senior, Architecture 



Breziner, Monica 

(Smyrna, GA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Brian, Lauren E 

(Jackson, MS) 

MD2, Medicine 

Bridges, Lauren Raili 

(Tampa, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Brierre, Christian J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Sociology, Political 

Science 

Congratulations! Love, Mom and 

Dad 

Brigant, Sylvain 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

GM, Business 

Briggs, James Chad 

(Pearland, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Briggs, Steven E. 

(Stafford, TX) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Bright, Steven B. 

(Jensen Beach, FL) 

Senior, Communication 

Brill, Kirsten 

(Encino, CA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Pi Beta Phi, Music, Sports. The 

Beach 

Brill, Thad Robert, Jr 

(Mcminnville, OR) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Brim, Susan N 

(Vacaville, CA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Medical School - 3rd year 

Brimer, Samantha D. 

(Pollock, LA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Brimm, Benjamin Weinstein 

(Fontainebleau, France) 

Senior, Psychology 

Indoor Soccer, Chabad House 

Brinda, William D. 

(Madison, AL) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Brinker, Jean 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

Senior, History 

Brinkley, Tammy Cimalore 

(Bay St Louis, MS) 

GD, Social Work 

Brissette, Matthew 

(Raleigh, NC) 

Junior, Finance 

Brister, Kathriel Jordan 

(Chatham, IL) 

MD1. Medicine 

Britt. Darin S 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Britt, Melanie A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brittingham, Margaret 

(Nashville. TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Britton, John 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Brna, Sean Poynton 

(Wilmette. IL) 

Junior. History 

Broad, Eric Marshall 

(Bala Cynwyd. PA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Brobbey, Gerald O. 

Senior. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Brocato, Rebecca 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Brochyus, Chris 

(Stuart, FL) 

Senior, History 

Brode, Robert B 

(Huntington Woods, Ml) 

2L, Law 



Broder. Alexandra Porter 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Junior, Business 

Broder, Reid 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Brodie, Michael 

(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Brodkin, Samantha Leigh 

(Lafayette Hills, PA) 

Sophomore, Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

Brody, Brett Michael 

(Dix Hills, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brody, Heather M. 

(Prairie Du Ch. Wl) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Brody, Wendy Ann 

(Benicia. CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Physician and Mom 

Bromagen, Tyler Marshall 

(Versialles, KY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bromer, Zachary A 

(Evans, GA) 

2L, Law 

Bronaugh, Caroline Cross 

(Nashville, TN) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Bronder, Kayla L. 

(Lees Summit, MO) 

Freshman, Spanish, Psychology 

Catholic Center, Pre-Medical 

Society, Flag Football 

Bronleewe, Lauren P. 

(Tampa, FL) 

Junior, Public Relations 

Brooke, Margaret Woodruff 

(Metairie, LA) 

Fifth-Year Prog, Business, 

Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, Hullabaloo 

Brooks, Alexander Robert 

(Dallas. TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Brooks, Ben M 

(Enumclaw. WA) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Brooks, Bridget New 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Brooks, Jeffrey C 

(Pensacola, FL) 

3L, Law 

Brooks, Kallin Lucas 

(Marietta. GA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Brooks, Kelly M 

(Donaldsonville. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Brooks, Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Brooks, Sarah Ashley 

(Evans, GA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Brooks, Virginia Ann 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Broome, David Morton 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Broome, Julia Michele 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Sociology 

Brotman, Rachel Emily 

(Manhattan, NY) 

Freshman, Musical Composition 



Brouk, Jonathan E. 

(Ballwin, MO) 

Sophomore, Economics, Political 

Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Green Wave 

Ambassadors, Student Alumni 

Ambassador, Undergraduate 

Admissions Intern 

Broussard, Ashley E 

(Monroe, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Broussard, Christina 

(Mandeville. LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Broussard, Jean Rene 

(Youngsville, LA) 

3L, Law 

Broussard, Lauren R. 

(Sacramento, CA) 

GM, Social Work 

Brown, Aisha La Shawn 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology, American Studies 

Brown, Alendra Ann 

(New York City, NY) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Brown, Alexander Asher 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brown, Alexandra Jude 

(Katy, TX) 

Sophomore, Communication 

Brown. Amanda 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Brown, Andrea L. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Psychology, Spanish 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Brown, Armand Martin, Jr 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Brown, Ashley Nicole 

(Gretna, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Brown, Avione A 

(Metairie, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Brown, Bridget S 

(Reno, NV) 

MD4, Medicine 

Rugby Football Club-Women's, 

American Medical Women's 

Association, Music and Medicine 

Brown, Caroline Hunter 

(Ridgefield, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Brown, Carolyn Reid 

(New Rochelle, NY) 

Junior, Psychology 

Brown, Christina Trinity 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Brown, Christopher Patrick 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Music 

Brown, Daniel Foster, Jr. 

GD, Historical Preserv. Intd Ph.D. 

Brown, David R 

(Ponchatoula, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Brown. Denice Redd 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies 

Brown. Donald 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Brown, Edward Monro 

(Red Wing, MN) 

Junior, Architecture 

Brown, Elizabeth 

(Concord, NH) 

Junior, Political Science 

Brown, Emily B 

(Winston-Salem, NC) 

MD1, Medicine 

Brown, Eric M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Communication 

Communication Majors Society 



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Brown. Erick J. 
(Joppa MD) 

Freshman. Chemical Engineering 
Brown, Jamal 
(Gretna. LA) 
GM. Business 
Brown, Jameson 
(Brookline. MA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Brown, Josef A 
(Socorro, NM) 
GD. Biostatistics 
Brown, Laura Elizabeth 
(Alpharetta, GA) 
Senior, Neuroscience 
Brown Lauren A. 
(Medfield. ma) 
Sophomore, Chemical 
Engineering 
Brown, Margot T. 
(Mars. PA) 

GD, Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Brown Matt 
(Longwood, FL) 
1 L, Law 
Brown, Olen 
(Metairie, LA) 
GM, Business 
Brown O'Lindsey Hayes 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Brown, Paul Ryan 
(Lincolnwood, IL) 
' Junior. Mechanical Engineering 
Brown Preston S. 
(Camden, NJ) 
Junior, Paralegal Studies 
Brown, Richard Earl, Jr 
(Kenner. LA) 
Junior. Architecture 
Brown Robert M., Jr 
(Portage. Ml) 
Junior. History 
Brown, Sally Pope 
(Newark, DE) 

GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Brown, Sommer Nekole 
(Thibodaux, LA) 
Freshman. Legal Studies in 
Business, Marketing 
Tulane Entrepreneurs Association, 
African-American Congress of 
Tulane, Business Law Society 
Brown, Taurean M. 
(Katy. TX) 

Senior, Legal Studies 
Brown, Tiffany A. 
(San Diego, CA) 
Sophomore, Psychology. 
Sociology 

TU Women's Swim & Diving 
Brown, Yolanda Maria 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Browning, Stephen W. 
(Coral Springs, FL) 
Senior, Political Science, History 
Brownson Katherine Marie 
(N Barrington. IL) 
Junior. Philosophy 
Brownstein, David Aaron 
(Wayland, MA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Brownstone Rebecca B 
(Calabasas, CA) 
3L. Law 

Broyard, Fenwick 
(Atlanta. GA) 
GM, International Health 
Brozena Alexandra H. 
(Lothian, MD) 
Junior, English 
Brubaker, Benjamin W. 
(Shreveport, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Bruce James 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Bruce, Kara J 
(Lewisburg, PA) 
2L, Law 



Bruce, Robert A 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Brudenell, Emily J. 

(Boise. ID) 

Senior, Architecture 

Brudey, Chevelle S 

(Portsmouth) 

MD2, Medicine 

Bruell, Alexandra Lynn 

(Lansdale. PA) 

Senior, English 

You fill our lives with pride and 

joy... congratulations on your 

graduation!!! Love. Mom & Dad 

Brumby. Turner DuVall 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

2L. Law 

2L Class (Law School). Business 

Law Society. Moot Court Board 

Brumfield, Emily K. 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology. 

Spanish 

Pre-Medical Society 

Brumfield, Jacqueline V. 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences. History 

Alpha Sigma Lambda 

Brummer, Victor Willem Eduard 

(Enschede, The Netherlands) 

Freshman, Marketing, Philosophy 

Brun, Michael Brun Adolphe 

(Wynnewood, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bruner, Samantha Nicole 

(Hueytown, AL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Brunei, Jennifer Lynn 

(Gretna, LA) 

FYR, Architecture 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students 

Brunetti, Philip Marc 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Computer Science 

Bruney, Benjamin James 

(New Albany. OH) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brunious, Meredith Ann 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bruno, Julia M. 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Pi Beta Phi 

Best Wishes for a great year. We 

are so proud of you. Love, 

Mommy & Daddy 

Bruno. Lucien V, IV 

(Columbia. SC) 

Sophomore, Spanish. Political 

Science 

Ultimate Frisbee Club 

Bruno, Sandra 

(Mexico City) 

1 L, Law 

Bruno, Teresa Marie 

(Langhorne, PA) 

Junior, French 

Bruns. Kasey L. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Business 

Bruns, Krista Linnie 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Brush, Erin M. 

(Edmond. OK) 

Sophomore. Architecture 

Bryan, Pamela M 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Art History 

Bryan Rachel Marie 

(Elk Grove. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

TU Cross Country /Track 

Bryan Wilson S 

(Chattanooga. TN) 

Senior. History 

Dodgeball. Association of Club 

Sports 



Bryant Aurora Rose 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Senior. Economics, Environmental 

Studies 

Gymnastics Club 

Bryant, Jessica 

(Palm City, FL) 

1 L, Law 

Tulane University Legal Assistance 

Program. Black Law Students 

Association. Entertainment & Arts 

Law Society, Business Law Society 

Bryant, Kevin 

(Sugar Land. TX) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Good Luck and God 8/ess You, 

Kevin! Love, Mom, Dad & 

Christine 

Bryant, Miranda Faye 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

GM, International Health 

Brynes, Jeremy 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Brzycki, Teanna J. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation, Jewish Studies 

Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society, 

Chabad House 

Btesh, Ivette Miriam 

(Panama) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bubar, Christine Frances 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Bubis, Michael Hayden 

(Dallas, TX) 

Senior, Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pre-Medical 

Society 

Buccola. Celeste T. 

(Prince George, VA) 

GM, International Development 

Buchanan, Christopher William 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 

Buchanan, Clint 

(Richardson, TX) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Buchanan. Merling I. 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Buchman, Meka A. 

(Newton, MA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Buck, Eugene R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Buck, Laura Nicole 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Legal Studies in 

Business 

Pre-Law Society 

Buckingham, Erin 

(Santa Monica, CA) 

Senior, History 

Buckingham, William D. 

(Larchmont. NY) 

Junior, Music 

Buckley, Christina Lynn 

(Flower Mound. TX) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience 

Buckley, Christine R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Buckley. Ryan D. 

(Meraux, LA) 

Sophomore, Physics. 

Mathematics 

Tulane Anime and Manga 

Society. College Democrats 

Buckwalter, Eve 

(Ridgefield. CT) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Budd Steven Andrew 

Masters. International Health 

Budde Nathan L. 

(Brush Prairie. WA) 

1 L. Law 

Buenger Laura A. 

(Winnetka. IL) 

Sophomore. Spanish 



Buettner, Laurin Trisha 

(Chesterfield. MO) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Buff, Jason 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Business 

Buff Nelly 

(Oradell. NJ) 

GM, Business 

Buftalo, Dylan Webb 

(Las Vegas. NV) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Bufford. Harold F.. Jr 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Computer Engineering 

Buggele. William Andrew 

(Hickory Hills, IL) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Buggs, Julian A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Buhrau, Denise 

(Neundorf, Germany) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Bui, My-Huyen T. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Bui, Thu-An T 

(San Antonio, TX) 

1 L. Law 

Bujak, Tiffany Ann 

(Oak Creek. Wl) 

Sophomore. Exercise Science 

Pre-Medical Society. Indoor 

Soccer. Army ROTC 

Bull. Ellen Tremaine 

(San Antonio. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Bulsiewicz. James 

(Germantown, TN) 

Senior, Management 

Bunch, Chelsea R 

(Sanibel. FL) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Bundschuh, John A. 

(Hollis, NH) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Bundy, Brejette 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Legal Studies. Information 

Systems 

Bundy, Juanita Maria 

(Diberville, MS) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Buntin, Mary E. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Buraei, Zafir K 

(Belgrade. Serbia) 

GD, Physiology 

Burbine Patrick K. 

(Medford, MA) 

Sophomore. Political Science. 

Philosophy 

Burcham William Christopher 

(Mem'tt Island. FL) 

Sophomore. Environmental 

Studies 

Hullabaloo. Tulane University 

Campus Programming 

Burchick Joseph Lloyd 

(Shreveport. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Burd. Charles R. Ill 

(Marblehead. MA) 

Junior. Mechanical Engineering 

Burdette Aaron E 

(Salt Lake City. UT) 

3L. Law 

Criminal Law Society. Tulane Real 

Estate Law Society 

Burdette Derek S 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Art History 

Burford Jeffrey M 

(Lacombe. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 



Burg Matthew E. 

(Coral Springs. FL) 

Sophomore. Economics, finance 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Burgess. Julie N 

(Richardson. TX) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Burgess. Victoria B. 

(Monlclair. NJ) 

Freshman. Art History 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Burghardt. Anna 

(Berlin. Germany) 

Law Masters. Admiralty 

Burke. Adam S. 

(Livingston. NJ) 

Senior, finance 

Burke Brian Edward 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Senior. Finance. Management 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Burke. Christopher D. 

(Toms River. NJ) 

Freshman. History 

Burke. Cullen W. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Burke. Elizabeth P. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Law 

Burke. Gerard Froncis. Jr 

(Chalfont. PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Burke. Kathleen Eleonoor 

(Paramaribo. Suriname) 

GD. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Burke. Kathleen Erin 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Psychology 

Burke Stephen M 

(Covington, LA) 

Sophomore. Media Arts 

Burke. Tshawnda Janelt 

(Chicago. IL) 

Third Year Medi. Medicine 

Medical Military Student 

Association. Medical School - 3rd 

year 

Burkenroad Maya Rose 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Burks, Chris A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Burks. Shayla Lynn 

(Missouri City. TX) 

Junior. Sociology. Religious 

Studies 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity. Catholic 

Center. Capoeira Angola Club 

of Tulane 

Burlingham William 

(Folly Beach. SC) 

Senior. Philosophy 

Burmaster Christopher S. 

(Marrero. LA) 

Junior. Computer Science 

Burmeister Geoffrey David 

(Holland. Ml) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Burnett Christie Jean 

(Seattle. WA) 

3L. Law 

Burnett Lyndsey M 

(Temple. TX) 

Senior. Psychology 

Burnette Amanda T 

(Clearwater. FL) 

ILLaw 

Burns Brian F. 

(Darien. IL) 

Senior. Management 

Burns Bridgetle 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Burns Cam'ck T 

(Seattle. WA) 

MD1. Medic 

Burns David Wayne 

(Mobile. AL) 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 



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Burns, John Andrew 

(St. Albert, Alberta, Canada) 

Junior, Electrical Engineering 

Burns, John Thomas 

(Eugene, OR) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Burns, Jordan T. 

(Sandy Creek, NY) 

GM, International Development 

Burns, Julia 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Burns, Kassi Richey 

(River Ridge, LA) 

3L, Law 

Burns, Todd T. 

(Waterford, Wl) 

Sophomore, Information Systems 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, 

Dodgeball 

Burr, Amanda M. 

(Collinsville. IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Pre-Medical Society, 

Cheerleader 

Burrell, John F 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Burridge, Adriana 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Burroughs, William Jerome 

(Mandeville, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Burrows, Lahura K. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Bursch, Susan Leigh 

(Nashville, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Burse, Jon Robert 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Exercise Science 

Burtchaell, Roy Anthony 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Burtoft, Margaret Marie 

(North Hills, CA) 

Senior, History 

Burton, Gabriel L 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Burton, Gregory O 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

2L, Law 

Busangu, Fatuma 

(Kinshasa, Republic of Congo) 

GD, International Development 

Busch, Elliot L 

(Allentown, PA) 

Senior. Psychology 

Busch, Emily Ann 

(Allentown. PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bush, John G 

(Frankfort, IL) 

MD1, Medicine 

Bush, Matthew T. 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Senior, Management 

Bush, Pearl 

(Slidell, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Bussmann, Silas Canby 

(Caballo, NM) 

GM, International Health 

Bustamante, Alexa M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Bustamante, Hernan 

GM, Executive MBA 

Butler, Anne Athalon 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Music, Undeclared 

Chi Omega, Pre-Law Society 

Butler, Christopher P. 

(Denham Springs, LA) 

Junior, Business 



Butler, John C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Butler, Jordan Phillip 

(Sugar Land, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

What a year it's been/ We love 

you. Mom, Dad and Lauren 

Butler, Maxwell Thomas 

(Hot Springs, AR) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Good Luck at Tulane we love 

you , Mom and Dad' 

Butler, Nathan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Butner, Lana O. 

(Wichita, KS) 

Freshman, Public Health - Health 

Infomatics, Spanish 

Sigma Delta Tau, Circle K 

International, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students 

Buttery, Julia Harte 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Buttrey, Erin McKenzie 

(Nashville, TN) 

Freshman, Architecture, Italian 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students, College 

Republicans, Tulane Orchestra 

Buttrick, Harrison Edward 

(Green Bay, Wl) 

Sophomore, History, Political 

Science 

Butts, Chelsey E. 

(St Louis, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Butts, John R., Ill 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Health 

Buzawa, Aaron D 

(Carlisle, MA) 

IL, Law 

Military Law Society. 1 L Class 

(Law School), Criminal Law 

Society 

Byars, Meredith S 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Byfield, Brian B 

(Morrisville, NC) 

GD, International Development 

Byrd, Jonathan N. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Byrd, Robin Rollins 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Architecture 

Byron, John Joseph 

(Powell, OH) 

Senior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy 

Caballero Enrique 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cable, Monica 

(Appleton, Wl) 

Doctoral, Anthropology 

Cable, Peter Hans 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Cacace, Derek 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Cacchione, Mary Rose 

(Williamsville. MO) 

Junior, Architecture 

Caceres, lleana S. 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cacioppo. Stephen Peter 

(College Station, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cafferty, Leigh 

(Cedar Grove, NJ) 

Junior, English 



Cahan, Claire Griffith 

(Skokie, IL) 

Senior, Architecture 

Cahill, David Gallagher 

(Brightwaters, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cahill, Marylynn 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Cahill, Sean 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM, Business 

Cai, Meiyu 

GM, Executive MBA 

Cai, Qimei 

GM, Executive MBA 

Caillouet, Kevin Adrian 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. Parasitology 

Cain, Kevin Michael 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Cain, Wesley Donohue 

(Guilford, CT) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Caire. Arthur A., V 

(Slidell, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Calabro, Danielle B. 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Calapai, Alana J. 

(Milford, MA) 

Senior, English 

Calder, Mark Merrill 

(Provo, UT) 

MD1, Medicine 

Calderwood, Charles C. 

(Brentwood, TN) 

Senior, Psychology 

Calderwood, Christopher Robert 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Accounting 

Caldwell, Andrea L. 

(Corpus Christ, TX) 

1 L, Law 

Calhoun, Benjamin Daniel 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

Junior, History 

Caliva, Jeffrey C. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Callahan, Christopher Robert 

(Newtown, PA) 

Sophomore, Management 

Callahan, Kelly Lynn 

(Laplace, LA) 

1 L, Law 

IL Class (Law School), IL Class 

(Law School) 

Callahan, Meaghan K. 

(Marblehead, MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Callahan, Sean Robert 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Callan Katie J 

(Kenner. LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Callej'as. Maria Cristina 

GM, Executive MBA 

Callender, Molly 

(Littleton, CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Calmes, Jason M. 

(Jefferson, LA) 

GD, Mathematics 

Calomiris, Mary G. 

(Washington, DC) 

Senior, Anthropology, 

Environmental Biology 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society, Commynity Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students 

Congratulations! We are so 

proud of you! Love, Dad & Family 

Caltagirone, Laina 

(Tampa, FL) 

Junior. Marketing 



Caluag, Maria G. 

(Fremont. CA) 

GM, International Development 

Calvo, Brandon 

(Del Mar, CA) 

Junior, Finance 

Camacho, Natalia 

LM, Law 

Camacho Velasquez, Bernardo 

(Bogota, Colombia) 

SPU, Business, Marketing 

Soccer Club-Men's 

Camelford, Jason 

1 L, Law 

Cameron, James 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclcred 

Cameron, Jonathan Kosmas 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Camey-Ubilla, Ghislaine 

Francesco 

(Hopewell Junction. NY) 

Masters. International 

Development 

Delta Xi Nu. Alpha Kappa Psi - 

Professional Business Fraternity, 

Omicron Delta Kappa Honor 

Society, Writing. Cultures, Travel 

Cammack, Monica 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Senior, Communication 

Camp, Rebecca H 

(Newberry, FL) 

Junior, Finance 

Campagna, John D 

(Davenport, IA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Campagna, Michael 

(Wood Dale, IL) 

Senior, History 

Campbell, Adam C, Jr 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Campbell, Angela D. 

(Sauk City, Wl) 

Junior, Sociology 

Campbell, Angela F 

(Gulfport, MS) 

c reshman, Undeclared 

Campbell, Carl D 

(Jasper, TN) 

2L, Law 

Campbell, Carolyn F. 

(Denver, CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Campbell, Elizabeth 

(Little Rock. AR) 

Senior, English 

Campbell, Gregg M. 

(Harahan, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology, Legal Studies in 

Business 

Campbell, Hannah March 

(Macon, GA) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Tulane-Newcomb Art Student 

Association 

Campbell, Hannah 

(Citronelle. AL) 

2L, Law 

Campbell, John Hugh, III 

(Woodlands, TX) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Campbell, Katherine N. 

(Pasadena, CA) 

Sophomore, Environmental 

Studies, Psychology 

Campbell, Lewis Liam 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Junior, History 

Campo, Jessica J 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Campos, Alessandra R. 

(Staten Island, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Camus, Susan H 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 



Canale, Deborah Villars 

(Destrehan, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Canales, Ondina Montserrat 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM, Political Science 

Canavaggio Julianne 

(Panama City, Panama) 

3L, Law 

Student Bar Association, Business 

Law Society, International Law 

Society 

Cangiamilla, Vincent J. 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Cannatella, Andrew 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Communication 

Cannon, Anthony Devon 

(Stone Mountain., GA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Cannon, Erica D 

(Maple Heights, OH) 

2L, Law 

Cannon, Nickolas L. 

(Hahnville. LA) 

Senior, Exercise Science 

Cano, Jessica Ann 

(Miami Beach, FL) 

3L, Law 

Cantero, Alexis Anne 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Cantero, Linda C 

Junior, Psychology 

Cantrell, Ann Meyer 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Cantwell. Lindsey Morgan 

(Russellville, AR) 

Junior, History 

Cao, Chao 

GD, Economics 

Cao, Van Thuy 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Caporelli, Keith Daniel 

(Churchville, VA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Capper, Samuel Aaron 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Senior, Marketing 

Caprio, Angelo A 

(West Orange, NJ) 

GM, Medical Management 

MD University of Rome. MBA 

Trinity University 

Competing an MMM degree is 

certainly an accomplishment 

especially with everything you 

have been through. Simper 

Fidelis! 

Caputo, Franco Alberto 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Caradona, Jeffrey Michael 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Caratzola, Cristina Frances 

(Basking Ridge, NJ) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Caraway, Rose T. 

(East Bernard, TX) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Carballal, Caitlin Winter 

(Sea Cliff, NY) 

Senior, Architecture 

Carballo, Rayza Cecilia 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, Business 

Card, Jeb Joseph 

(Binghamton, NY) 

GD, Anthropology 

Carden, Amy Louise 

(Apo, AE) 

Senior, Political Science 

Carden, Benjamin David 

(Phoenix City, AL) 

Sophomore, History 

Phi Kappa Sigma 



232 • Directory 



Cardenal, Claudia 
(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore. Pol Sci/lnlernational 
Relation 

Cardinale Kathleen Marie 
(Springfield. VA) 
Junior, Neuroscience 
Cordon Lauren S 
(Atlanta. GA) 
GD. English 
Cardoso Sola T. 
(Houston, TX) 
Sophomore. Chemical 
Engineering 

African-American Congress of 
Tulane. National Society of Black 
Engineers 

Carducci. Alyssa Marie 
(Smyrna. GA) 
3L. Law 

Carducci, Rachel Sarah 
(Arlington. MA) 
Junior. Accounting. French 
Cardwell Donald L. 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
Junior, Philosophy 
Carew. Alexandra 
(Belmar, NJ) 
Senior, English 
Carey Brandon Michael 
(Fremont. CA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering, 
Mathematics 

American Society of Mechanical 
. Engineers, Fencing Club 
Carey, Elizabeth J. 
(Cincinnati, OH) 
Junior, Psychology, Philosophy 
Carl, Yonatan Tilman 
(Chicago. IL) 
GD. Pharmacology 
Carle, Michael Vaughn 
(Gulfport, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Carlin, Samuel R. 
(Olney, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Carlisle, Alison 
(Louisville, KY) 
Junior, English. Spanish 
Pi Beta Phi. Pre-Law Society 
Carlson, Keith 
(Eagan. MN) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Carlson. Lucas 
(Cockeysville. MD) 
Sophomore, Polit-Econ/lntl 
Perspectives 
Carlson, Monica D 
(Williamsburg, VA) 
GD, International Development 
Carmichael, Katie Noreen 
(Alexandria, VA) 
Junior. French. Linguistics 
Ultimate Frisbee Club-Women's. 
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 
Society. College Democrats 
Carmona, Alfonso 
LM. Admiralty 
Carmona. Christopher 
GM, Executive MBA 
Carnemark, Anne-Marie C. 
(Bethesda, MD) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Carnes, Lee Ann 
(Montgomery, AL) 
Senior. Psychology 
Carney, Lara A 
(New Orleans. LA) 
3L. Law 

Carney. Matthew D. 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Junior. Sociology 
Carney Matthew Davis 
(Honolulu. HI) 
GM. International Health 
Carney. Sean H. 
(Dallas. TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Caro, Daniel 
GM, Executive MBA 



Carosella Kimberly Ann 
(Miami. FL) 
GM. Spanish 
Carosone-Llnk. Cayla 
(Boulder. CO) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Carpenter, Christina Lee 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Chemical 
Engineering 
Carpenter, Kyle 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Carr. Daniel John 
(New Orleans. LA) 
3L. Law 
Carr. Lindsay 
(Maraga, CA) 
1 L, Law 

Carrier, Melissa 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Art Studio 
Carrigan, Danielle 
(Metairie. LA) 
Junior, Public Relations 
Carrillo, Ivan Ernesto 
(Houston, TX) 
GM. Executive MBA 
Carrillo. Sharon T 
(Terrytown, LA) 

GM. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Carrington, James W 
(Cypress, TX) 
IL, Law 

Carroll Denise Arlene 
(Kenner, LA) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Carroll, Emily Nicole 
(Columbus, OH) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Pre-Medical Society, Tennis Club. 
Pi Beta Phi 

Carroll, James Christopher 
(Arlington. TX) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Carron, Graham R. 
(Grosse Pointe. Ml) 
Freshman, General Studies (BGS) 
Carruthers, Robert L 
MD2, Medicine 
Carson, Austin James 
(Edmonds. OK) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Carson, Melissa Kay 
(Houston, TX) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Carter, Elizabeth L. 
GM, French 
Carter, Elizabeth Ruth 
(Memphis, TN) 
2L, Law 

Tulane Law Review, Water Ski 
Club. 2L Class (Law School) 
Carter, Laura Elizabeth 
(Ukiah-Mendo, CA) 
Freshman. Neuroscience. Theater 
Dodgeball. Fencing Club. Free 
the Planet! 
Carter, Mary Leita 
(San Antonio. TX) 
GM, Neuroscience 
Carter, Raven 
(River Ridge. LA) 
GM. Business 
Carter Robert, III 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Finance. Psychology 
Alpha Phi Alpha. African- 
American Congress of Tulane, 
Men of Color 

Best wishes lor the road ahead. 
Love mom and Dad/ 
Carter. Stephanie L. 
(Houston. TX) 
Junior. Art History 
Carter, Zoe Nicole 
(Kannapolis, NC) 
Senior, Civil Engineering 
Carthane, Quinlan 
(Woodland Hills. CA) 
Senior. Polit-Econ/lntl 
Perspectives 



Cartwright Brandon L 

(Southfield. Mi) 

IL. Law 

Carvajal. Armando 

GM. Executive MBA 

Carvajal. Paula 

LM, Admiralty 

Carvalho, Kimo K., Jr 

(Kailua. HI) 

Sophomore. Cell and Molecular 

Biology. Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service, Pre-Medical Society 

Carvlin-Miller, Sophia 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

Senior, English 

Caryl, Benjamin Blase 

(Martinsburg, WV) 

2L, Law 

Casaccio, Laura Anne 

(St Davids. PA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Casado, Cesar A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Casale, Megan Anne 

(Hudson, OH) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Case, Lee Anne 

(Holiday Is.. AR) 

Junior. Architecture 

Case, Reid 

(Eureka Spring, AR) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Casey, Anna H. 

(Homewood. AL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Casey. Brandon John 

(Bay St. Louis. MS) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Casey, David B 

(Opelousas, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Alpha Phi Alpha 

Casey, Michael T. 

(Drexel Hill, PA) 

Senior. Economics 

Casey. Robert Michael 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Casey, Stephen McKnight 

(Lansing. Ml) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Now you have your tools. We ore 

anxious to see what you make. 

'proud of you. and so you can...' 

M&D 

Casey, Thomas 

(Grayslake. IL) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Cashner. Mollie F 

(Abita Springs, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Casiano, Jose A. 

(Carolina. PR) 

FYR. Architecture 

Caskey. Christina Maria 

(Albuquerque. NM) 

Freshman. Management. Spanish 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students. 

Multicultural Council 

Cassels. Madison L. 

(Salida. CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cassidy, Jaime A 

(Warwick. Rl) 

Masters. International Health 

Cassidy. Terrance John 

(Jefferson. MD) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Castaneda J. Yamane 

(Waianae. HI) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 

Casteix Ryan M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

1 L. Law 



Caster Emily 

(Spokane, wa) 

Senior. Psychology. Management 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service. Mortar Board 

Castillejo. Maria 

GD. Spanish 

Castillo. Jaime A, II 

(Humble, TX) 

Sophomore. Chemical 

Engineering. Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

American Institute o( Chemical 

Engineers. Tulane Engineering 

and Computer Science Honors 

Society 

Castine. Kory Sean 

(Gretna. LA) 

Junior. Medio Arts 

Castle. Erik P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Castle, Sean C. 

(Walkersville. MD) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Caston, Glenn 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Castoriano, Benjamin M 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

2L. Law 

Castricone, Tiffany L. 

(Montgomery. AL) 

Junior, Architecture 

Castro, Emily Nicole 

(Destrehon, LA) 

Sophomore. Architecture 

Castro, Juan Carlos. Jr 

(Destrehan, LA) 

Senior, Finance 

Castro Echeverry. Eduardo 

MD1. Medicine 

Caswell, Genevieve 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Catania, Nikki A. 

(Nashville. TN) 

Junior. Communication 

Catlett, Jonathan Tyler 

(Long Beach. MS) 

Senior. Marketing 

Catrett. Matthew W. 

(Chickasaw. AL) 

GM, Electrical Engineering 

Catsikis, Demetrius Basil 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering, 

Biomedical Engineering 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers 

Caudill Melissa Beth 

(Woolwine. VA) 

Sophomore. Psychology 

Caudill, Richard Franklin. II 

(Zanesviiie. OH) 

GM. Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Caufield Steven A 

(Spring. TX) 

2L. Law 

Caughel, Nathan A. 

(Elma. NY) 

Senior. Electrical Engineering. 

Mathematics 

Ice Hockey. Tulane Engineering 

and Computer Science Honors 

Society 

Cavanaugh Mark R. 

(Tucson. AZ) 

MD3. Medicine 

Caviness. Jennifer L 

(Maplewood. NJ) 

3L. Law 

Cayette Shelly Marie 

(St James. LA) 

Senior. Marketing 

Cayia Thomas W.. Jr 

(Princeton. IL) 

Junior. Management 



Caylon. Maddy C. 

TX) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Sigma Delta Tau. Pre-Medical 
Society, Tulane-Newcomb Choir. 
Tulane College Demo.- 
Cazenove. Christopher 
(Metairie. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Cecchi. Nicholas P. 
(Lakewood. CO) 
Freshman. Architecture 
Celentano. John Donold 
(Jefferson, LA) 

Freshman. Organizational Into 
Technology 
Cenac Lory Elizabeth 
(Kenner. LA) 

Senior. Finance. Accounting 
InterVarsity Christian FeBow;- 
Student Alumni Ambassador. 
Beta Alpha Psi 
Centner Daniel B 
(Littleton. CO) 
IL. Law 

Cerda-Gallardo Alejandro 
GM. Executive MBA 
Cerick. Matthew 
(New Canaan. CT) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Cernak Kimberly Paige 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Cerone. Rita Maria 
(Garfield. NJ) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Cerrati. Eric William 
(Hilton Head. SC) 
Junior. Mathematics 
Certoma, Michele Renee 
(Metairie. LA) 
Senior. Social Sciences 
Chaban Arian Robert 
(Missouri City. TX) 
GM. Executive MBA 
Chacon Miguel Angel Jr 
(Avondale. LA) 
Junior. Organizational Info 
Technology 
Chaisson, Amelia R. 
(Harvey. LA) 

Junior. General Studies / Social 
Sci 

Theta Chapter of Alpha Sigma 
Lambda Honor Society 
Chaisson Jordan Michael 
(Houma. LA) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Pre-Medical 
Society. Tulane University 
Neuroscience Assocation 
Chaisson Hi John 
(Harvey. LA) 
Junior. Undeclared 
Chakerian Stephen Spearing 
(Arlington. VA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Chalastaras Athanasios 
GD. Physics 
Chalke Brett William 
(Auburn. ME) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Challeen Raina E. 
(Inver Grove Heights. MN) 
Sophomore. Business. PoSticol 
Science 
Pi Beta Phi. Rape Emergency 

ness and Coping Hot Line 
Chalmers David A 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Chamales Kristofter C. 
(Brookings. SD) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Chambard Trisha Mae 
(Peorlond. TX) 
GM. Busn/Manogement 
Chambliss Sherl Lynn 
(Memphis. TN) 
Sophomore. Assoc. Human 
Resource Mngt 



Directory • - 



Chammah, Emmanuelle 

(Ft. Lauderdale. FL) 

Senior, Architecture 

Champagne, Katherine Ann 

(Houma, LA) 

Sophomore. Architecture 

Champion, Vincent G. 

(Arlington, MA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Champitto. Nicole Leigh 

(North Greenbush, NY) 

Senior. Environmental 

Geoscience, Religious Studies 

Green Club, Earth and 

Environmental Science Club 

Chan, Alexander Jessie 

(Hingham. MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chan, Andrew G. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Chan, Jojo Chi-Hin 

(Destrehan, LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Chan, Nicholas David 

(Needham, MA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Chan, Suzanne S 

GD, Business 

Chand, Subhash 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Masters, Management, Finance 

Freeman Consulting Group, 

Cricket Club. Soccer Club-Men's 

Chandler, Cassie Louise 

(Lafayette, CA) 

GM, International Health 

Chandonnet, Sarah L. 

(Lewiston, ME) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Chandra, Surabhi 

GD, Pharmacology 

Indian Association of Tulane 

University 

Chandwani, Shalni A 

(Miramar, FL) 

1 L, Law 

Chane, Jessica 

(Bala Cynwyd. PA) 

Sophomore, Marketing 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Community 

Action Council of Tulane 

University Students. Hillel, 

American Marketing Association 

Chaney, Bridget 

(Warwick. Rl) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chang, Kuo-Kuan 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chang, Li- Jen 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chang, Melissa 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chang, Ming-Jin 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Chang, Raymond 

GM. Executive MBA 

Chang, Ruth A. 

(Broken Arrow, OK) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chang, Shannon L 

(Gulf Breeze, FL) 

MD1, Medicine 

Chang, Wen-Ching 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chang, Wendy W 

(Cerritos, CA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Chang, Yen Chu 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chang, Yueh-Ying 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chanin, Alexandra Jacqueline 

(Marietta, GA) 

Senior, PEMH 



Chanin, Andrew 

(Mendham, NJ) 

Junior, Marketing 

Chanouha, Ahmad O. 

(Coral Gables, FL) 

Junior. Electrical Engineering 

Chansatitporn, Natkamol 

GD, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Chao, Chao-Chin 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chao, Victor Hao 

Masters, Executive MBA 

Chapital, Sheletta 

(Miramar, FL) 

Junior, Public Relations 

Chapkin, Zachary S. 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Chaplin, Daniel Scott 

(Albertson, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chapman, Elise Lenoir 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Chapman, Gary A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Law 

Chapman, Jessica Genelle 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Junior, Business 

Chapman, Tyler Ross 

(Flower Mound, TX) 

Junior, Exercise Science 

Charbonneau, Aimee 

(Germantown, MD) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Charbonneau, Stephen G 

(N. Kingstown, Rl) 

MD2, Medicine 

Charbonnet, Cameron R. 

(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Chard, Michael Richard 

(Anchorage, AK) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Charles, Corey Bernard 

(Harvey, LA) 

Junior, Exercise Science 

Charles, Corina Christina 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Junior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Charles, Daniel Christopher 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Charneco, Megan V. 

(San Juan, PR) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chase, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Humble, TX) 

GM, Art History 

Chase-Lansdale, Compton 

(Evanston, IL) 

Senior, Political Science 

Chassaignac, Peter R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Chau, Wallace 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Chaudhry, Sophia Raiz 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chauffe, Chad P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Information Systems 

Chauhan, Kaushalkumar 

GM. Epidemiology 

Chavez, Cristian 

Masters, Executive MBA 

Tulane Entrepreneurs Association 

Chawla, Amit 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Indian Association of Tulane 

University, Town Students 

Association, Pre-Medical Society 

Chawla, Anuj 

(Pittsford. NY) 

MD1 . Medicine 



Chechry, Elizabeth 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared, 

Undeclared 

Checki, Lauren E 

(Allendale, NJ) 

1 L, Law 

Student Bar Association, Public 

Interest Law Foundation 

Checki, Matthew Pendias 

(South Orange, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chen, Brady Po-Tung 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chen, Candice 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chen, Elizabeth Candice 

(Stuart, FL) 

FYR, Architecture 

Chen, Hui Yu 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chen, Jen-Fu 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chen, Jin 

GD, Chemistry 

Chen, Jupei 

GM, International Health 

Chen, Kriston Deryk 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Health 

Chen, Kuan-Ta 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chen, Lei 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chen, Leon M 

(Oakland, CA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Chen, Mei-Yen 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chen, Melody J. 

(Irvine, CA) 

Sophomore, Legal Studies in 

Business, Political Science 

Undergraduate Student 

Government, Newcomb College 

Senate, Chi Omega 

Chen, Mien-Chin 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Chen, Po-Lung 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Chen, Robert 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chen, Rong Rong 

(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Accounting 

Chen, Shaowei 

Doctoral, Physiology 

Basketball 

Chen, Shuang 

GD, Anthropology 

Chen, Shwu-Huey 

GM, Executive MBA 

Chen, Tao 

GD, Economics 

Chen, Xia 

GD, Economics 

Chen. Xiaodong 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Chen, Xiaolei 

(Harvey, LA) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology, History 

Chen, Xudong 

GD, Economics 

Chen, Zhanhui 

GD, Business 

Cheng, Beng Lin 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cheng, Chi-Yang 

LM, Law 

Chereskin, Desarae Diana 

(Bay Saint Louis, MS) 

Senior, Political Science 



Cherry, Vivien E. 

(Taunton, MA) 

Sophomore. Chemical 

Engineering 

African-American Congress of 

Tulane, National Society of Black 

Engineers, Rowing, Student 

Alumni Ambassador 

Congratulations! You're back at 

Tulane, in NOLA! We're proud of 

you! Love, Mommy, Daddy & 

Oliver 

Cherubini, Jason C. 

(Marshfield, MA) 

GM, Business 

Chevis, Darren 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Chiang, Tung-Chin 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Chiang, Yi Ju 

GM, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Chiapetta, Sarah Elise 

(Delano, MN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chiasson, Katherine Ford 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science. 

French 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students, Alpha 

Lambda Delta Honor Society 

Chicas, Bertha M. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chickering, Elizabeth A 

(St. Joseph, Ml) 

2L, Law 

Chidester, Paul 

(Virginia Beach, VA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Childers, Andrew Reed 

(Sheridan, AR) 

GD, Anthropology 

Childress. Joe 

(Biscayne Park, FL) 

Senior, Management, Legal 

Studies in Business 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Childs, Diana Lee 

(Bronx, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chin, Ashley Clark 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Epidemiology 

Chin, Emily Joyce 

(Dix Hills, NY) 

Junior, Geology 

Chin, Karen Oy 

(Lancaster, CA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Master Internationalist 

Chinault, Lauren F. 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chiou, Shang-Jyh 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Chipman, Jessica 

(Cedar Park, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chisholm, Wendy 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Computer Info 

Systems 

Chiu, Elaine A. 

(Mililani, HI) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Choate, Kathryn Sommers 

(Slidell, LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Choate. Misty Sue 

(Gretna, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Choe, Ryan 

(Columbia, SC) 

Senior, Architecture 



Choi, David S. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Choi, Eudora 

(Bayside, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Chopin, Amelie 

(Durham, NC) 

Senior, History 

Chotard, Sophie Marianne 

(Ecommoy, France) 

GM, International Development 

School of Public Health S, 

Tropical Medicine SGA 

Chowdhury, Mohammad 

Mahbubur 

(Arlington, TX) 

GM, International Health 

Choy, Stephanie Y. 

(Columbia, MD) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Volleyball Club, Phi Sigma Pi 

Honor Society, Green Wave 

Ambassadors 

Christ, Nicholas Stephen 

SPU, Business 

Christensen, Andrea 

(Maryland Heights, MO) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Christensen, Kimberley 

GM, Social Work 

Christensen, Laura Anne 

Anderson 

(Coon Rapids, MN) 

Sophomore, Engineering, 

Mathematics 

TURBO, House Busters 

Christensen, Michael W. 

(Spanish Fork, UT) 

GM, Human Genetics 

Christenson, Jennie Nicole 

(Abita Springs, LA) 

Junior, Classical Studies 

Christian, Leslie Anne 

(Arlington, VA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Loo, we're proud of you and we 

know you will be successful! We 

love you. Joey and D 

Christie, Jacob Robert 

(Vancouver, WA) 

Junior, German 

Christison, Caron E. 

(Knoxville, TN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Christo, Demetria Costandia 

(Gloucester. VA) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Chu, Frank Tsai 

(San Marino, CA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Chulvick, Katherine A. 

(High Bridge, NJ) 

Senior, Latin American Studies 

Chung, Alexander M. 

(Bayside, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chung, Ann 

(Great Neck, NYj 

Sophomore, English 

Chung, Kira J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L. Law 

Chung, Maria Chia Yu 

Senior, Spanish 

Church, Alissa Marie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, English 

Churchill, Catherine Lenox 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Congratulations! We Love You, 

Mom & Larry 

Churchill, Daniel Glenn 

(Sun Prairie, Wl) 

GD, History 

Churi, Sajay B 

(Philadelphia. PA) 

Masters, Pharmacology 



234 • Directory 



Chylak, Daria Ulana 
(Chicago. IL) 
Junior, Neuroscience 
Pre-Medical Society. Tulane 
University Neuroscience 
Assocation, Soccer Club- 
Women's 

Cicero, Maty-Cate 
(New Rochelle. NY) 
Junior, Sociology 
Ciechanowski, Eric T. 
{Round Lake. IL) 
Senior, English 
Cigan, Alexander Drake 
(Lake Oswego. OR) 
Freshman, Biomedical 
Engineering, Mathematics 
Zeta Beta Tau. Biomedical 
Engineering Society, Tulane 
Engineering and Computer 
Science Honors Society 
Cillo, Joseph M. 
(Bronx, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Citron, Ira D. 
(Newton Center, MA) 
Junior, Marketing 
Clvello, Allison A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
Civello, Linda W. 
(Metairie, LA) 
Senior, Social Sciences 
Civetti, Jordana M. 
(Newport, Rl) 

Senior, Marketing, Management 
Clanton, Jesse A. 
(Lakewood, OH) 
MDI, Medicine 
Clark, Alison Elizabeth 
(Denton, TX) 

Fifth-Year Prog, Architecture 
Architecture Student Body 
Clark, Barry L 
(Gulfport. MS) 
Junior. Undeclared 
Clark, Daniel Seth 
(Waterford. CT) 
Freshman, Environmental 
Engineering 
Clark, Dennis 
(Dallas, TX) 
GD, History 
Clark, Emily Grace 
(Charleston, SC) 
Junior, French 
Clark, Joanna 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
Clark, Julia W. 
Senior, Sociology, Political 
Science 

Clark, Lauren Elizabeth 
(Pensacola, FL) 
Sophomore. Neuroscience 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Undergraduate Student 
Government, Pre-Medical 
Society 

Clark, Melissa Ryan 
(Fort Myers, FL) 
2L. Law 

Business Law Society, 
International Law Society 
Clark, Monica D 
(Gulfport. MS) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 
Technology 
Clark. Nissa A. 
(Valparaiso. IN) 
Junior. Linguistics 
Rugby Football Club-Women's 
Clark. Samantha A. 
(Springfield. IL) 

Sophomore. Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Clark, Sara Marie 
GM, Neuroscience 
Clark, Stephanie L 
(Philadelphia, PA) 
Masters. Latin American Studies 



Clark, Susan Leilani 

(Sedona. AZ) 

GM, International Health 

Clarke. Alexandra N. 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Clarke, Cecelia A. 

(Dunmore, PA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

TU Cross Country /Track 

Clarke, Christopher James 

(Paducah. KY) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Clarke Durban M. 

(Asheville, NC) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pi Beta Phi 

Clarke, Gerren E 

GM, Architecture 

Clarke, Ryanne E. 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Junior, Spanish 

Clarkson, William Banks 

(Kenner, LA) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Clausen. Ashley Lauren 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Clauss, Matthew R. 

(Shelby. NC) 

IL, Law 

Clavero, Andres Cesar 

(Miami, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

To the Hurricane Kid: we wilt 

never forget Katrina, Rita and 

Wilma! Love, Mom, Dad. Alex & 

Anthony 

dayman, Gregory Jon 

(Mansfield, MA) 

Freshman, Communication 

TU Cross Country /Track, Zeta 

Beta Tau, Communication Majors 

Society 

You've made us very proud. 

Keep it up. Love, Mom, Dad, 

and Julie 

Clayton, James E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Philosophy 

Clayton, Katherine A 

(Lexington, MA) 

MDI, Medicine 

Clayton, Margaret P. 

(Louisville, KY) 

Freshman, English. Anthropology 

Feminist Majority Leadership 

Alliance (FMLA). Hillel, Pre-Law 

Society. Army ROTC 

Clayton. Rebecca L 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

3L. Law 

Tulane Federalist Society, Tulane 

Moot Court Board 

Clemensen, Megan Leigh 

(Springfield, MO) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Clement, Clarissa J. 

(Deer Park, TX) 

Freshman, Asian Studies, 

Economics 

Gymnastics Club, Rape 

Emergency Awareness and 

Coping Hot Line, Navy Reserve 

Officer Training Corps 

Clement, Jonathan B 

(Laplace. LA) 

3L. Law 

Clements Mark Andre 

(Lusby. MD) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Clements Mark 

(Boones Mill, VA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Clendenin Casey Lauren 

(Spring, TX) 

Junior. Sociology. English 

Pi Beta Phi. Green Envy. 

Undergraduate Student 

Government 



Clerico, Andrew L. 

(Lido Beach. NY) 

Senior. English 

Phi Kappa Sigma. Catholic 

Center. Karate Club 

Cleveland. Thomas Edgar. IV 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Junior, Physics, Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Soundwave, Catholic Center. 

Society of Physics Students. 

Residential Review Board 

Clifford, Michael Thomas 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Clifton, Kathryn Marie 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, International Development 

Cline, Sarah D 

(Boonsboro, MD) 

2L, Law 

Clockel. Andrew J. 

(Sharpsburg. GA) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

Close. Will Everett 

(Midland. TX) 

MD4, Medicine 

Clune, Sean Austin 

(Evanston, IL) 

Senior. English, Spanish 

Cmarik, Gregory E. 

(Akron, OH) 

Freshman, Engineering, 

Management 

Ping Pong, Dodgeball. TURBO 

We are so proud of you and so 

happy you have enjoyed your 

Freshman year. Love Mom and 

Dad 

Coalter, Jessica 

(Mobile, AL) 

1 L, Law 

Coan, Bethany Christine 

(Alexandria, VA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Coates, Jeffrey Daniel 

(Oklahoma City, OK) 

GM, International Health 

Cobb, Brent J. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cockerill, Becky L. 

(Uvalde. TX) 

Senior, Political Science 

Cockheran, Jolanda L. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Marketing, General 

Studies (BGS) 

College Democrats, College 

Democrats 

Cockrell, Chelsea Renee 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Art History. 

Communication 

Tulane University Campus 

Programming, College 

Democrats 

Cockrell, Robert C. 

(Whitefish, MT) 

Senior, Physics 

Cody, William L 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

GD. Microbiology/Immunology 

Coe, David Michael 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Coffelt Seth B 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Molecular 8. Cellular Biology 

Coffey, Courtney Alicia 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology. Psychology 

African-American Congress of 

Tulane 

Coffey, Karen Coleman 

(Stockton. NJ) 

GM, International Health 

Coffman Gregory Justin 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

GM. Pharmacology 



Coffman, Jonathan Ryan 
(Baltimore. MD) 
GM. International Health 
Cogan, Chad Everette 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Cohen. Alexander Michael 
(Wynnewood. PA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Cohen. Brandon Phillip 
(Clearwater. FL) 
Senior. Accounting 
Cohen, Brian David 
(Hartsdale, NY) 
Junior, Business 
Cohen, Jaclyn Elizabeth 
(San Anselmo, CA) 
Sophomore, Sociology 
Chi Omega, Community Action 
Council of Tulane University 
Students 

Cohen. Jeremy D. 
(Richboro, PA) 
Graduate. Neuroscience 
Cohen, Jeremy T 
(Sudbury, MA) 
3L. Law 

Cohen. Michael P. 
(Chappaqua. NY) 
Junior, Communication 
Cohen, Molly Kama Lynderup 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD. International Development 
Cohen, Seth David 
(Scarsdale, NY) 
MD3, Medicine 
Jewish Medical Student 
Organization. Soccer Club-Men's 
Cohen, Vanessa Beglin 
(Merion, PA) 
Senior, PELE 
Cohen, Zachary R. 
(Glencoe, IL) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 
Congratulations on your success- 
es! Love Mom, Dad and Meryl 
Cohen-Henriquez. Nicole 
Junior. Information Systems 
Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 
Business Fraternity 
Cohn, Jeremy Brian 
(Coral Springs. FL) 
Junior, History 
Cohn, Warren H. 
(Brooklyn. NY) 

Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Coignet, Bryan 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Political Science 
Coiner, Beverly N. Jr 
(San Antonio. TX) 
Freshman. History 
Coker. Jack B., Ill 
(Georgetown, SC) 
Freshman, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Cola, Adam D. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Colbert Corinne Whitfield 
(New Orleans. LA) 
2L. Law 
Colbert Sarah 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Colburn, Kyle E. 
(Mesquite. NV) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 
Cole Bryan Thomas 
(Warwick. Rl) 

Junior. Electrical Engineering 
Undergraduate Student 
Government. Baseball Club. 
Tulane College Bowl 
Cole Cade Richard 
(New Orleans. LA) 
I L. Law 

Cole. Jessica Rose 
(Longmont. CO) 
Senior. American Studies 



Cole. Mariana S 

(New York. NY) 

IL. Law 

Coleman. Alana Renee 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared • 

Coleman Clint 

(Springfield. OH) 

GD. Microbiology/Immunology 

Coleman. George R. 

(Metairie. LA) 

3L. Law 

Coleman Krislopher M. 

(Gretna. LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Colica. Jaimle A. 

(W Hempstead. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Coll. Alexandro R. 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Junior. Political Science, History 

Collens Thomos W. Ill 

(Covington. LA) 

Senior. Social Sciences 

Colligan. Erin Rebecca 

(Plymouth. MA) 

Junior. Communication 

Collins. Amy Elizabeth 

(Cut Off. LA) 

Sophomore. French 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society. Tulane Emergency 

Medical Service, Tulane University 

Campus Programming 

Collins Andrew Daniel 

(Lafayette, LA) 

GM. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Collins. Brandi Melissa 

(Atlanta. GA) 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Collins Christopher Michael 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Anthropology 

Collins Gerard Phillip 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Political Science 

Collins Jason H 

(Slidell. LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Collins Jessica Caroline 

(Lincoln Univ. PA) 

Senior. Art History 

Collins. Jonathan E. 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior, Psychology 

Collins Joseph J. 

(Laplace. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Collins Justin 

GM. Business 

Collins, KC LeGrand 

(Belmont. MA) 

Senior. Psychology 

Collins Michael D. 

(Swannanoo. NC) 

Freshman. Computer Engineering 

Collins Michael 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Junior. Business 

Collins Michelle A 

(Pineviiie. LA) 

MDI. Medicine 

Collopy Adrienne L. 

(Derby. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Colnon Erin R. 

(Chicago. IL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Colosino Jeffrey Mitchell 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. English 

Colson KelliC. 

(New Windsor. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Colvin Ruth A. 

(Santo. TX) 

IL. Law 

Comarda Jennifer Anne 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Combes Scott C. 

Senior. Political Science 



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Combre, Rashaun Trinice 

(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Social Sciences 
Combs, Julia Nell 
(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Music Performance Bfa 
Combs, Meaghan A 
(Chardon Township. OH) 
MD2, Medicine 
Combs, Robert 
(Jefferson, LA) 
GD, Chemistry 
Combs, Travis H 
(Houston, TX) 
2L, Law 

Tulane Maritime Law Journal, 
Association of Trial Lawyers of 
America, Public Interest Law 
Foundation 
Comeaux, Matthew S. 
(Lafayette, LA) 
GD, Human Genetics 
Comegys, Emily Anne 
(Shreveport. LA) 
Junior, English 
Comer, Aynsley Knapp 
(Gastonia. NC) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Comford, Dawn Marie 
(Metairie, LA) 
Senior, Media Arts 
Commiskey, Patricia A 
(Slidell. LA) 
GD, Health 

Communication/Education 
Commons, Scott 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
Compo, Jesse Thomas 
(Doylestown, PA) 
Junior, Biomedical Engineering 
You will succeed in anything you 
put your mind to. Love Mom and 
Dad 

Compofelice, Anthony Joseph 
(The Woodlands, TX) 
GM, Executive MBA 
Comstock, Alexandra Beth 
(Salem, OR) 
Senior, Legal Studies 
Conant, Roger Alexander 
(Beaumont, TX) 
Junior, Political Science 
Condit, Lindsay Alexandra 
(Alexandria, VA) 
Freshman, Political Science. 
German Language and 
Literature 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Lacrosse 
Club-Women's 
Condo, Jeanine Umutesi 
GD, International Development 
Condon, Erin Patricia 
(Waltham, MA) 
Senior. History, English 
Chi Omega, Soccer Club- 
Women's, Undergraduate 
Student Government 
Conefry, Celeste E. 
(Kenner, LA) 
GD, French 

Coningsby, James Francis 
(Mechanicsville, VA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Conkle, Joel 
(Columbus, OH) 
GM, International Health 
Conley, Christopher B. 
(Mandeville, LA) 
1 L, Law 

Conley, Fatimah R 
(New Orleans, LA) 
3L, Law 

Conley, Joseph Martin 
(Frederick. MD) 
Junior. English 
Conley, Kimberly Denean 
(Richland, WA) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 



Conley, Makesha M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Conner, Alan Ardist 

(Houston. TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Conner, Catherine Mc Call 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Connick, William P. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Connor, Gerard Jr. 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Connor, Jennifer Nichole 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Sociology 

Connor, Michael 

(Broomfield, CO) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Connor, Thomas M. 

(Fremont, CA) 

Junior, English, Anthropology 

WTUL 

Conrad, Neil H. 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Conroy, Evan Randolph 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior, Architecture 

Consalvo, Jonathan William 

(Boston, MA) 

Freshman, Civil Engineering 

Dodgeball 

Constantin, Lucian 

GD, Physics 

Constantino, Jason Lance 

(La Puente, CA) 

GM, Biomedical Engineering 

Conti, Chloe Carr 

(New Hope, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Contiguglia, Dorothy J. 

(Ocean Spring, MS) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Fencing Club, Indoor Soccer, 

Robert's Bar 

Contreras, Hector V., Jr 

(Kenner, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Contreras, Linda Kay 

(Tallahassee, FL) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Contreras, Orlando 

GM, Executive MBA 

Contreras, Vanessa J. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Political Science 

College Democrats 

Congratulations! We are so 

proud of you! Love, Mom, Mama 

Lily, Sara, Lisa, Becky, Flor, & 

Hector 

Conway, Megan 

(Boston, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Conway, Michael Alexander 

(North Olmsted, OH) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Conway, Richard M 

GD, History 

Conwell, Ashley Ellen 

(Beaumont, TX) 

Senior, Early Childhood 

Education 

Cook, Alexander John 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Cook, Heather D. 

(Pollock, LA) 

FYR, Architecture 

Cook, Heather M. 

(Old Greenwich, CT) 

Senior. Latin American Studies. 

Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi 

Cook, James 

GM, Music 



Cook, Jay B 

(Leesburg, FL) 

MD1, Medicine 

Cook, Jonathan A 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GD. Economics 

Cook, Lynton Guy, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Cook, Megan Michelle 

(Many, LA) 

FYR, Architecture 

Cook, Nanci Jane 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Cook, Renette E. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cook, Shelby 

(Potomac, MD) 

Senior. Finance 

Cooke, Kimberly A. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Cooper, Andrew Charles 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cooper, Angelique R. 

(La Place, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cooper, Ashley Elizabeth 

(Laplace, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cooper, Ashley 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Cooper, Candace L 

(Slidell, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Cooper, Carrie 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Cooper, Christopher Allen 

(Madison, MS) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Cooper, Gail 

(Riverside, CA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Cooper, Jason Scott 

(Potomac, MD) 

Sophomore, Studio Art, 

Communication 

Cooper, Justin Paul 

(Olympia, WA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Cooper, Kyonda Tykia 

(Jonesboro, LA) 

Graduate. Business. Marketing 

Alpha Kappa Alpha. Black MBA 

Association 

Cooper, Laura Holden 

(Wolfcreek, WV) 

FYR, Architecture 

Cooper, Raleigh 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cooper, Tammier A 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cope, Linda Millet 

(Gonzales, MA) 

Junior, Business 

Copilevitz, Lori A. 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Copp, Brittany Rollins 

(Canterbury, NH) 

Senior, Neuroscience, Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Association of Programming and 

Performance Organizations, 

Tulane University Neuroscience 

Assocation, Soundwave, Mortar 

Board, Honor Board, Campus Girl 

Scouts 

Coppola, Glenda 

Senior, Finance 

Copur, Nedret 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 



Corbett, Nicholas 

(West Islip. NY) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Corbin, Patrick 

(Athens, OH) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Soccer Club-Men's 

Corcoran, Amy 

(Mt Prospect, IL) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Corcoran, Shelly G. 

(Natchez, MS) 

GD, Chemical Engineering 

CBEGSA President 

Corder, Gregory 

(Tampa, FL) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Cordova. James M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Latin American Studies 

Coren, Casey Amanda 

(W Redding, CT) 

Sophomore. Anthropology 

Corlew Haines, Jesse Anna 

(Murfreesboro, TN) 

GD, Psychology 

Cormier, Carla N 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cornay, Natalie Anne 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior, Neuroscience. Art History 

Cornish, John Winthrop 

(New Canaan, CT) 

Sophomore, Business 

Corprew, Charles S 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Psychology 

Correia, Michael Scott 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cortes Ortiz, Etienne Rene 

(Guaynabo, PR) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Cortez, Jessie Alan 

(El Campo. TX) 

Senior, Exercise Science 

Cortez, Miguel A 

(El Paso, TX) 

Masters, Executive MBA 

Cosgrove, Kristyn 

(Glendale. CA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Costa, Lenora C. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Costa, Paul Joseph 

(Sierra Madre, CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Cotter. David James Gray 

(Napa, CA) 

Senior, Anthropology, Political 

Science 

Rowing, Rowing 

Cotterman, Catherine A 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Cotton, Taylor Lauren 

(Northborough, MA) 

Junior. Communication 

Cotugno, Jennifer D 

(Tribes Hill. NY) 

2L. Law 

Coulourides, Alexis Marie 

(Claremont, CA) 

Senior, Exercise Science 

Coulson, Jennifer 

(Pearl River, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Couper, Eric A. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman. Political Science, 

Cognitive Studies 

Tulane College Senate, 

Undergraduate Student 

Government, Wall Residential 

College RHG 

Couret, Jeffrey Kevin 

(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Website Development 



Courreges, Owen 
(Houston, TX) 
2L. Law 
Courseault, Jacques L. 

(Decatur. GA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service, Men of Color, Dean's List, 

Sports Medicine Research, Sports 

Tr. 

Congrats Dr. Jacques we are 

proud of U & look forward to your 

success in Med School Luv Mom, 

Dad, J & Family 

Courtland, Shane D 

(Superior, Wl) 

GD, Philosophy 

Courtney, Mariah 

(Aumsville, OR) 

Junior, Art History 

Courts, John Dulany 

(Middleburg, VA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cover, Geoffrey Michael 

(Sarasota, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cowan, Anna Christine 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cowart, Christina M 

(Tampa, FL) 

3L, Law 

Cowman, Cassandre R. 

(Woodland Hill, CA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Cox, Evan C 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cox, Karen A. 

(Lafayette, CO) 

Junior, Music, English 

Music Theater, Spanish, Tutoring 

Cox, Kathryn M. 

(Phoenix, MD) 

Junior, Finance. Management 

Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi - 

Professional Business Fraternity, 

Business Law Society, Pre-Law 

Society 

1432 rises again. Seniors next 

year - Go Class of 2007!! 

Cox, Kimberly A. 

(Chandler. AZ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cox, Laura 

(Evanston, IL) 

Sophomore, Finance, Legal 

Studies in Business 

Tulane Hullabaloo, Alpha Kappa 

Psi - Professional Business 

Fraternity, Stand For Children, RA 

in JL, CACTUS 

Cox, Lillian Brinton 

(Syosset, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cox, Natalie 

(Virginia Beach, VA) 

Senior, English 

Coy, Victoria Anne 

(Abita Springs, LA) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

Communication 

Coyle, Andrew J 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Tulane Emergency Medicine 

Interest Group, American 

Medical Association - Medical 

Student Sec, Tulane Medical 

School Rugby 

Cozzone, Peter Joseph 

(Chagrin Falls, OH) 

Sophomore, PELE 

Craft, Brandy N. 

(Denham Springs, LA) 

Junior, Psychology and Early 

Childhood Education 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Craft, Hunter Davis 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



236 • Directory 



Craft. Scott D 
(St. Louis. MO) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 
Craig. Caroline Osborne 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Junior. Psychology 
Craig, John Frederick. Ill 
(Wilmington. DE) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Craig. Krlsten 
(Broomfield. CO) 
Junior. Architecture 
Craig, Maya M. 
(Bethesda, MD) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Craighead. Mary E 
(Metairie, LA) 
GD, Social Work 
Cramer, Chad R. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Architecture 
Association of Programming and 
Performance Organizations 
Cramer, Melissa Arlene 
(Varysburg, NY) 
Freshman, Neuroscience 
Pre-Medical Society. Tulane 
Concert Band. Tulane Marching 
Band 

Cramer Nena M 
(Sandpoint. ID) 

Junior, Legal Studies. Philosophy 
Crause, Mandy E. 
(Albany, LA) 
.MD3, Medicine 
Craver, Mary C 
(Pacific Palisades, CA) 
2L. Law 

Crawford Amanda K. 
(Covington. GA) 
Senior. Neuroscience 
Tulane University Neuroscience 
Assocation, Women In Science. 
Feminist Majority Leadership 
Alliance (FMLA) 
Crawford, Cyntrell 
(Kenner, LA) 
MD1, Medicine 
Crawford, Richard L. 
(West Monroe, LA) 
Senior, Biomedical Engineering 
Crawford, Sarah Laine 
(Brusly. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Crawford, Zachary Tate 
(New Orleans, LA) 
SPU, Undeclared 
Creoles, Alba L 
(Stamford, CT) 
Junior. Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Creason, Carly Janel 
(Marrero, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Creech, James O 
(Burlingame. CA) 
1L, Law 

Creery. Jessica D. 
(Richmond. VA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Crepeau, Kathryn 
(Hollister. CA) 

Fifth-Year Prog, Architecture 
Kappa Alpha Theta, American 
Institute of Architecture Students 
Crepet, Tamara A 
3L. Law 

Creson, Jr. Roland Lee 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Crespi, Candace A. 
(Ft. Lauderdale. FL) 
Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 
Society, Pre-Medical Society. 
NOLA, Sports, Medicine, the 
Beach 

Crespi Craig Ira 
(Plantation. FL) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Crichton, Joshua Scott 
(Birmingham, AL) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 



Cristallo, Dennis R, 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Cristla, Brenda M 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Crittenden, Colleen Page 

(Atlanta, GA) 

GD, Maternal And Child Health 

Crocl. JillianM 

(Hudson. MA) 

Sophomore. Communication 

Crockett, Ledean N 

(Biloxi.. MS) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Cronin, John C 

(Newark, DE) 

2L, Law 

Cronin-Cartee, Kirsten 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Cronk, Michael B. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

LS, Law 

Crook, Kevin 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Crosby, Katherine Andry 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Crosby, Rebecca Lynn 

(Brookfield, Wl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cross, Ariel 

(North Potomac, MD) 

Junior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Cross, Jennifer A. 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cross, Michael P 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Sophomore. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Cross. Tonya R 

(Burleson, TX) 

GM, Social Work 

Cross-Call, Joanna Baker 

(Cleveland Heights, OH) 

Junior. Sociology 

Crossland, Matthew D. 

(Claysville. PA) 

GM, Linguistics 

Crotty, Lindsay Eileen 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Finance 

Crotty, Rachel 

(Granby, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Crow, Casey 

(St. Gabriel, LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Crowder, Ashley Ann 

(Charlotte, NC) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Pre-Medical Society, Phi Sigma Pi 

Honor Society 

Crowel, Joseph R. 

(Boynton Beach, FL) 

Senior, Finance, Management 

Crowell, Jennifer Lynne 

(Harvey. LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies, 

Communication 

Crowley Amanda M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L. Law 

Crowley, Joseph Michael, Jr 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Architecture 

Crowley, Nicholas J. 

(Springfield, VA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Crowther, Glenn Alexander 

(Carlisle, PA) 

GD, International Development 

Crozier. Adrianne L. 

(Boise. ID) 

Senior, Marketing 

Crumbly, Darrel W. 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Crutchfleld, Ariane K. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 

National Society of Black 

Engineers 

Cruz. Stephanie A. 

(Kenner. LA) 

Freshman, Ecology and 

Evolutionary Biology 

Csank, Daniel Thomas 

(Lenox, MA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Cuartas Gordoba, Maria Claudia 

(Belle Chasse, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Cuddapah, Vishnu 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Neuroscience, Art History 

Cuellar, Diana Maria 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Cui, Shuo 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Cukerbaum, Benjamin Louis 

(Piano. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cullen, Kaley Elizabeth 

(Chatham, NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Chi Omega 

Cullen, Timothy P. 

(Thousand Oaks. CA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Culley, Brianne Danielle 

(Redmond, WA) 

FYR, Architecture. Environmental 

Studies 

Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society. 

Presbyterian Campus Fellowship, 

Green Club 

Cummings, Mike S. 

(W. Chester, OH) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Cummins, Ariel A. 

(Pass Christian, MS) 

Junior, English, Philosophy 

Cundick, Amanda Lynn 

(Salt Lake City. UT) 

MD2, Medicine 

Cuningham, Margaret Elizabeth 

(Knoxville, TN) 

Junior, Accounting 

Cunningham, Andrew William 

(Terrytown, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Cunningham, Ciera Marie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Cunningham, Curtis 

(Terrytown, LA) 

Senior, Finance 

Cunningham, Meggan Kari 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Finance 

Cunningham Ryan Patrick 

(Massapequa, NY) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Cunningham, Seth W. 

(Saint Peters, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Cunningham Sherry A 

(Slidell, LA) 

GM. Health 

Communication/Education 

Cuppy Jetfery 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM. Architecture 

Curler, Laura Ann 

(Neenah. Wl) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Curole Benjamin Michael 

(Cut Off. LA) 

Sophomore. Civil Engineering 

Curran Jennifer Ann 

(Hazlehurst. Wl) 

Masters. International 

Development 

Curran Joanna R. 

(Armonk, NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Currence. Lauren Kathleen 

(Collierville. TN) 

Sophomore. Business 

Curry, David 

(New Orleans. LA) 

IL. Law 

Curry, Julia D. 

(Memphis. TN) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Curry. Katherine N. 

(Billings. MT) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Curtis, Christopher A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Curtis, Trista 

(Mobile. AL) 

Senior. Psychology 

Curzan. Jared M. 

(Portland. CT) 

Senior. Philosophy. French 

Cushing, Alexandra Bradstreet 

(Mclean, VA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Custer Laura S. 

(Roswell, GA) 

Sophomore. Ecology and 

Evolutionary Biology. Asian 

Studies 

Custis. Aimee E. 

(Sheffield Lake. OH) 

Junior. Political Science 

Cvitanovic, Luke G 

(Gretna, LA) 

GM. Pharmacology 

Cwinya-Ai Robert 

(Marrero. LA) 

LM, Admiralty 

Cybul, Brandt Judah 

(Alpine. NJ) 

Sophomore. Social Sciences 

Cytrynowicz, Megan A. 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Junior. Finance 

Czuprenski, Sarah B 

(Harrison Twp, Ml) 

3L, Law 

Dabrowski. Julie A. 

(Burlington. MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Daft Bocar Mamadou 

GD, International Development 

Dafoe Andrew John 

(Denver, CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

D Agostino, Matthew P. 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GD. Latin American Studies 

Dahan Anne-Charlotte 

SPU. Business 

Dahi, Houman 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Dahlberg, Kathryn R. 

(Grantsburg. Wl) 

Sophomore. PEMH 

Dahlgren, Mollie 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Dahozy. Roger 

(Chandler. AZ) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Daigle Ashley 

GM, International Development 

Daigle Sarah E. 

(Columbia. SC) 

FYR. Architecture 

Daigle Stephen Paul 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Dajko Nathalie G 

GD. Anthropology 

Dalai Rahul Anand 

Sophomore. Civil Engineering 

Dale Caroline Chadick 

(Columbia. TN) 

3L. Law 



Dale. David Lamar 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Senior. Management. Marketing 

Business Law Society. Tulane 

investors Group 

D'Alessandro. Rlcardo Giuseppe 

Junior. Civil Engineering. 

Economics 

Daley. Sheila Carey 

(New York. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

DallAu. Jared E. 

(Pinecresl, FL) 

Senior. Management 

Dallman, Christian Michael 

(Littleton. CO) 

3L. Law 

Dalto. Joseph Philip. IV 

(Gulfport. MS) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Kappa Sigma 

Dalton Caroline Laftitte 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Sophomore. Sociology 

Dalton Melanie Welham 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Journalism 

Daly. K. Blythe 

(Catonsville. MD) 

IL. Law 

Damborsky, Kyle 

(Inez. TX) 

Junior. Physics 

Dammin Williom F. 

(Boston. MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Dampier. Michael Stephen 

(Fairhope. AL) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Dana Lauren R 

(Alexandria. VA) 

3L. Law 

Dance Caleb Michael Xavier 

(Denver. CO) 

Senior. Classics / Latin. Philosophy 

Soccer Club-Men's. Tulane Jazz 

Ensemble. Tulane National 

Residence Hall Honorary 

Dane, Ludmila 

(Waveland, MS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Danford, Brian Neil 

(Weatherford. TX) 

Junior. English 

Danford Lucia Rose 

(Greensboro. NC) 

Junior. Art History 

Dang Lin Ly 

(Gretna. LA) 

GM. International Health 

Dang Nguyen Due Dinh 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Daniel Jennifer Roe 

(Phoenix. A2) 

Senior. Theatre. Women's Studies 

Newcomb College Senate. 

Feminist Majority Leade 

Alliance (FMLA). Green Wove 

Ambassadors. Intensive 

Newcomb 

Daniel Jessica A. 

(Austin. TX) 

Junior. Anthropology. Asian 

Studies 

Asian American Students United. 

Tulane University Vietnamese 

Association, Anthropology 

Student Union of Tulane 

Daniel John Matthew 

(Kingwood. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Daniels Aaron 

GM. Busn/Management 

Daniels Georgia D. 

(Pittsburgh. PA) 

Freshman, undeclared 

Daniels, Ian 

WY) 
Sophomore. Architecture 



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Daniels, Jason 

(Harvey, LA) 

] L, Law 

Daniels, Jerri S. 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior, Social Sciences 

Daniels, Lorinda C 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Danoff, Jesse Michael 

(Shavertown, PA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Dansky, Maxx Lawrence 

(Nashville, TN) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Dantin, Samson J., Jr 

(Luling, LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Danysh, Peter D. 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dao, Tu A. 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Junior, Finance 

Dao, Vy T 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Sociology 

Darby, La'Tonia C 

(Norcross, AL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

D'Arcangelo, Frank Patrick 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Media Arts 

D'Arcangelo, Laura Anne 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dardar, Shaleah N 

(Gibson, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Dardashti, Rachel Dorien 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

D'Arensbourg, Benjamin 

Clements 

(Defuniak Springs, FL) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Dargan, Chandni 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dargusch, Emily Spencer 

(Bexley, OH) 

Junior, Marketing 

Darilek, Daniel E. 

(Houston, TX) 

FYR, Architecture 

Darragh, Brianne K. 

(Blue Bell, PA) 

Senior, French 

Dart, Arianna Constance 

(Okemos, Ml) 

Sophomore, Marketing, 

Psychology 

Women In Science 

Das, Krishnakshi 

(Doylestown, PA) 

1 L, Law 

Das, Pia T 

(Sugar Land, TX) 

3L, Law 

Das, Samita S. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

D'Assis, Megan 

(Grafton. MA) 

Junior, Communication 

Dattilo, Amber T. 

(Sylmar, CA) 

3L, Law 

Daube, Brian J. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Spanish 

Dougherty, Carmen E 

(Louisville, KY) 

3L, Law 

Dougherty, Rebecca L. 

(Omaha, NE) 

Senior. Finance 

Daulton, Kimber 

(Hillsborough. CA) 

Junior, Neuroscience 



Davey, Matthew D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

David, Alex Harold 

(Dix Hills, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

David. Julia Elizabeth 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davidotf, Cara Beth 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Sophomore, Management, 

Marketing 

TU Women's Swim & Diving 

Davidson, Brooke Lauren 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor 

Society, Docs Ought to Care, 

Tulane Medical School Owl Club 

Davidson, Keri Lynn 

(Gilbert, AZ) 

Masters, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Davidson, Melanie L. 

(Glen Rock, NJ) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Davies, Diane E 

GD, Anthropology 

Davies, Kevin R 

(Greene, NY) 

2L, Law 

Davis, Alan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Tulane Scuba 

Davis. Alan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Davis, Alex Junius, II 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Davis, Alexia D 

(Mansfield, TX) 

3L, Law 

Davis, Andrew Troy 

(Culver City, CA) 

Junior, Business 

Davis, Bennett L 

(Orange Park, FL) 

MD3, Medicine 

Davis, Bradley Robert 

(Ponchatoula. LA) 

Senior, Finance 

Davis, Brian Anthony 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davis, Bryan A. 

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Tulane Jazz Ensemble, WTUL, 

Hullabaloo, Green Wave Guard 

Davis, Charles Edward 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davis, Christin A. 

(Pace, FL) 

Junior, Philosophy, Classical 

Studies 

Davis, Christopher Olin 

(Chevy Chase, MD) 

Junior, Psychology 

Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society 

Davis, Corwith 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Davis, Damarcus Jason 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Davis, Daniel Edward 

(Denver, NC) 

GM, Human Genetics 

Davis, Frank Frederick 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Davis, Geandra J. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Civil Engineering 

Davis, Jauna 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Davis, Jillian M. 

(Newton Centre, MA) 

Junior, Art History 



Davis, Joseph R. 

(Garland, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davis, Natoya Nicole 

(Reserve, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davis, Paula 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davis, Quincy S., Ill 

(Eight Mile, AL) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Davis, Robert Andrew 

(Northhampton, MA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Davis, Robin Everett 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Music 

Davis, Ryan Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Theatre 

Davis, Samuel Jay 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Davis, Stephanie A. 

(Elroy, Wl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davis, Tannell 

(Grand Prairie, TX) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Davis, Todd Austin 

(Corpus Christ, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Davis, Weston Keith 

(Pinehurst, NC) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Davison, Andrea Michelle 

(Theodore, AL) 

Junior, Political Science, German 

Language and Literature 

College Republicans, Green 

Club, College Democrats 

Davis-Weeks, Dero-Asha 

(Gaithersburg, MD) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Davlin, Lori Michele 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dawkins, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Tallahassee. FL) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Dawson, Amos Christopher 

(Raleigh, NC) 

Senior, Communication 

Dawson, James J. 

(Middlebury, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dawson-Cresap, Rachael Sophie 

MD4, Medicine 

Day, Carolyn 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GD, History 

Day, Christopher I 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Masters, Chemical Engineering 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers, Graduate School 

Student Association 

Day, Jennifer J 

(Peoria, IL) 

Masters, Sociology 

Day, Peggy Ann 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Day, Stephanie 

(West Linn, OR) 

Junior, Architecture 

Dayries Sam, Alyssia 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

GD, Biostatistics 

De Azevedo, Ricardo 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

De Buhr, Elke Johanna 

GD, International Development 

de Guia, Sheila L 

(Washington, DC) 

Masters. International 

Development 



De La Puente, Ricardo 

GM, Business 

De Los Reyes, Ricardo G. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

De Lucca, Robert E. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

De Nat, Peter W. 

(Bedford, NY) 

Senior. Philosophy, History 

Lacrosse Club-Men's 

De Neufville, Julie L. 

(Cambridge, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Always happy to see you and 

your friends - in Boston OK, in 

Tulane best Hi Love Mom and 

Dad 

De Ranieri, Aladino 

(Burlingame, CA) 

MD2, Medicine 

De Ranieri, Reno 

(Burlingame, CA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

De Rouchey, Judith Garland 

(Caracas, Venezuela) 

Sophomore, Spanish, Latin 

American Studies 

Sigma Delta Tau, Tulane 

University Latin American Studies 

Organization 

De Silva-Chen, Dilini Asokamala 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

de Urioste, Alejandro 

(Weston, FL) 

2L, Law 

De Wulf, Annelies L 

(Arlington, VA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Deabate, Nicole C. 

Senior, Media Arts 

Deacon, Robert Padraig 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Dean, Michelle 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Deanda, Sarah 

(Laredo, TX) 

Senior, Marketing 

Dearing, Kate C. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Communication, Spanish 

Ultimate Frisbee Club-Women's, 

Hullabaloo 

Debarros, Sean N. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Human Genetics 

Debenedetto, Travis Charles 

(Pearland, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

DeBlanc, Michael John 

(Metairie, LA) 

Masters, Business 

Deboard, Christopher F 

(Conway, AR) 

1 L, Law 

Decamillis, Peter C 

(Arvada, CO) 

2L, Law 

Decker, Amelia K. 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students, Pre-Medical Society 

Decker, Kristen Diane 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Decotes, Adrianne 

(Knoxville, TN) 

FYR, Architecture 

Decristofaro, Sarah 

(Fairfax, VA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Decuir, Ashley A. 

(Port Allen, LA) 

Graduate, Accounting 

African-American Congress of 

Tulane, Delta Sigma Theta, Pre- 

Law Society 

Dedeaux, Adrenne J 

(Gulfport, MS) 

GD, Social Work 

Dedeaux, Gregory 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Dedeaux, Terri Marie 

(Pass Christian, MS) 

Freshman. Casino Resort 

Management 

Dee, Peter C 

(Saginaw, Ml) 

2L, Law 

Tulane Maritime Law Journal 

Deedy, Christopher W. 

(Worcester, MA) 

Senior, Economics, Political 

Economy 

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; 

Omicron Delta Epsilon 

Deering, Joseph Dean 

(Nashville, TN) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

DeFrank, Lauren Marie 

(League City, TX) 

Senior, Environmental Biology, 

Environmental Studies 

Chi Omega, Green Wave 

Ambassadors, Newcomb 

College Senate 

Degefu, David Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Management 

Degraffenreid, Lauren Jeanne 

(Daniel, WY) 

Sophomore. Ecology & Evol 

Biology 

Degrasse, Enjoli Christianne 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

DeGruy, Tracy Morton 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Dehmlow, Marta 

(Hinsdale. IL) 

Sophomore, Political Economy, 

English 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Hullabaloo, 

Media Board 

Dejulio, Adriana 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Dekhane, Sonal Shrikrishna 

GD, Computer Science 

Del Bianco, Veronica Lea 

(Cocoa Beach, FL) 

GM, Ecology & Evol Biology 

del Cid, Mario R 

(Weston, FL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Latin American Medical Student 

Association, American Medical 

Association - Medical Student 

Section 

Del Sesto, Jessica R. 

(Wyoming, OH) 

Junior, History 

Delamore, Amber L. 

(Prairieville, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

DeLancey, Rebecca M 

MD3, Medicine 

Delaney, Catherine Mary 

(Potomac, MD) 

Senior, Psychology 

Delaney, Meghan Elizabeth 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Senior, Public Relations 

Delap, Krista Austin 

(Fairview Heights, IL) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 



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Delaski, Katie Renee 
(Pleasantville. NY) 
Sophomore. Communication 
Delcour. Tiffany Dawn 
(Houston. MO) 
GM. Environmental Health 
Sciences 
DeLeeuw, Sara E. 
(Menasha. Wl) 

Junior, Legal Studies in Business. 
French 
Chi Omega 
Deleon, Jason R 
(New Orleans, LA) 
MD2, Medicine 

Delkasso, Desta Woldeyohannes 
GM. International Health 
Dellalranco, Christopher Dennis 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. Business 
Dellavolpe. Jeffrey D 
(Newport. Rl) 
MD2. Medicine 
Delle, Ashley E 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Delong Jeffrey Edgar 
(Wallingford. PA| 
Junior. Business 
Delorme, Robert William 
(Hamilton, NY) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Delozier, David 
.(Brevard, NC) 
GD, Health Systems 
Management 
Delrie, Ronald D 
(Metairie, LA) 
MD4. Medicine 
Demai, Carrie Ann 
(Kitty Hawk. NC) 
1L, Law 

DeMarmels, Brian Robert 
(Harpursville, NY) 
GM. Finance 

Demarlino, Samantha Ashley 
(Trumbull. CT) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Demesme, Brandy Nicole 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Demko, Gregory Nelson 
(Suffield, CT) 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 
Demosthenidy. Laurent J 
(Poway. CA) 
3L. Law 

Dempsey, Cheryl Ann 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Social Work 
Dempsey, Patrick J 
(Destrehan, LA) 
3L, Law 

Demsey, David Reid 
(Pepper Pike, OH) 
Senior, Architecture 
Den Hartog Mary D 
(Crozier. VA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Dendy, Jonathan Hayden 
(Cabot, AR) 

Senior, Individually Designed 
Major 

Tulane-Newcomb Choir. Fencing 
Club 

Congratulations, we knew you 
could do it! Love Mom and Dad 
Deng. Han 
(Tianjin, China) 
LM. Admiralty 

1 L Class (Law School). Tulane 
Maritime Law Journal, Tulane 
Law Review 
Deng. Weirheng 
GM, Executive MBA 
Denham, Stacey 
(Metairie, LA) 
GM, Social Work 



Denlsl. Jessica 
(New Orleans. LA) 
IL, Law 

Denllnger. Craig W. 
(Princeton Junction. NJ) 
MD3. Medicine 
Dennis. Jason M. 
(Armonk. NY) 
Senior. English. Philosophy 
Denny, Alyssa A. 
Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Denny, Emma Reece 
(Tallahassee, FL) 
Sophomore, Economics, History 
Denny. Jason Adam 
(Sugar Land, TX) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Denson Aaron Cleveland 
(Mobile, AL) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience, 
Marketing 

Tulane University Neuroscience 
Assocation, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Pre-Medical Society 
Denson, Joshua L. 
(Mobile, AL) 
Senior. Neuroscience 
Dent, Keith Louis 
(Park Ridge. IL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Congratulations on completing 
your freshman year! Love, Mom 
&Dad 

Denton, Tiffany D. 
(Snellville, GA) 
Senior, Mathematics 
Denuyl, Deborah R. 
(Louisville, KY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Denzer, Douglas Brian 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Deoliveira, Paula S. 
(River Ridge, LA) 
GM, Business 
Depalma, Angela M. 
(Medford. MA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Depetrillo, Michael B. 
(Amityville. NY) 
LS, Law 

Depierne, Lacey Rae 
(Gulfport, MS) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Depietro, Nicole J. 
(Hopewell Junction, NY) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Depuy, Alberto A 
(Lake Charles, LA) 
3L, Law 

Derbes Beauregard James 
(Franklin, TN) 
Senior, Philosophy 
Derbes, Christina C. 
(Covington, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Derdemezis, Nikolaos 
(Fort Lee, NJ) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Derderian. Logan Quinn 
(Lexington, KY) 

Junior, History, Political Science 
Derison, Christopher M. 
(Los Angeles, CA) 
Sophomore. Finance, Spanish 
Sigma Chi, American Marketing 
Association, Ice Hockey 
Derksen. Shannon M. 
(Albuquerque, NM) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Derosa, Austin Banning 
(Leverna Park. MD) 
MD2, Medicine 
Derrickson, Krystina Rose 
(Bethesda. MD) 
Junior, Anthropology 
College Democrats, JYA - Cairo, 
Egypt, Burlesque. Embroidery. Pit- 
bull 



Derrlg Thomas 

(North Prairie. Wl) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Desal, Amol S. 

(River Ridge. LA) 

GM, Business 

Desalvo, Joanna 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Undergraduate. Music 

DeSanctis. Emily Victoria 

(Glen Mills. PA) 

Junior. French, English 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Desanfis, Paulina Lltvln 

(Metairie, LA) 

SPG, Interdisciplinary 

Desimone, Ashleigh H. 

(Plainville, MA) 

Senior, Latin American Studies 

Deskin, Brian Joseph 

(Baytown, TX) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Desmond, Laura Erin 

(Rhinebeck, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Desorbo, Andrew J 

(Annapolis. MD) 

2L, Law 

Despaux, Chad 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Destefano, Samuel Fisk 

(Harrison, AR) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Detraz, Margaret Marie 

(Lexington, KY) 

GM, International Development 

Deuser, Nicholas Kohm 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Deutsch, Alexander 

(Charlotte, NC) 

Freshman, Engineering 

DeVar, Lindsey Tyler 

(Harrisburg, IL) 

Senior, Communication, 

Marketing 

Communication Majors Society, 

National Society of Collegiate 

Scholars, Phi Eta S 

Devereux, Joseph 

(Chesterfield, MO) 

Senior. PELE 

Devereux, Nicholas G. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, PEMH 

Devidts, Marc R 

(Harahan, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Deville, Meghan Sabra 

(Marietta, GA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Devine, Corey E 

(Orange, TX) 

3L, Law 

Devito, Melissa C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Dewitt, Xiang Yuan 

(Auburn. WA) 

Junior, Cell and Molecular 

Biology, Undeclared 

Dexter, Gregory M. 

(Tenafly, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dhaliwal, Simran K. 

(Monroe. LA) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience. 

Spanish 

Chi Omega. Indian Association 

of Tulane University. Pre-Medical 

Society. Tennis 

Dhanani Maya 

(Metairie. LA) 

MDI. Medicine 

Dhingra, Kapil R 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

GM. Business 



Di Cosimo. Patrick Vincent 
(Sugar Land. TX) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Diab Aurea M 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD. Interdisciplinary 
Diakhate, Moussa 
GD, International Development 
Diamond, Aaron Shivok 
(Bethlehem, PA) 
Senior, Psychology 
Diamond, Alex Ian 
(Long Beach. NY) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Diamond, Elizabeth E. 
(Gainesville, FL) 
Junior. Psychology. Sociology 
Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society, 
Swimming Club 
Diamond. Susan B 
(Diamondhead. MS) 
Junior. Organizational Info 
Technology 
Diane, Mori M 
(Washington, DC) 
3L, Law 
Dias, Heidi M 
(Pensacola, FL) 
3L, Law 

Diaz, Laura Elena 
(Coral Gables. FL) 
Senior, Journalism 
Diaz. Patrick John 
(Diberville. MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Diaz Gomez, Roxana 
Sophomore, Latin American 
Studies 

Dibble, Christopher T. 
(Somerville. NJ) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 
Dibble. Jacob L. 
(Long Grove, IL) 

Freshman, Spanish. Mathematics 
Rugby Club-Men's 
Dibenedetto, Robert N. 
(Montgomery, TX) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Dice. Kimberly Ruth 
(Houston. TX) 

Freshman. Communication. 
Dance 

Chi Omega. Newcomb Dance 
Company 

You had a great Freshman year! 
We love you lots. Mom and Dad 
Dickey, Bert 
(Little Rock, AR) 
Masters, Finance 
Foreign Lawyers' Association 
Dickey, Trent Ervin 
(Martinsville, NJ) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Dickherber, Jennifer 
(Decatur, GA) 
GM. Social Work 
Dickinson, Alice Webb 
(Rumford. Rl) 

Senior, Art History, Classical 
Studies 
Rowing 

Dickinson Gabriel S. 
(Houston. TX) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Dickman Jason Alan 
(Solon. OH) 

Junior. Biological Chen 
Tulane College Bowl. Martial Arts 
Club. National Dean's List 
J. - Wishing you continued suc- 
cess and fun during Lagniappe 
semester. Love. Mom. Dad and 
Hill 

Dickson, Drew D. 
(Memphis. TN) 
Junior. Undeclared 
Dickson Julia 
(Summit. NJ) 
Senior. Economics 



Dickson. Kari 
(New Orleans. LA) 
1 L. Low 

Dickson. Kasl Marie 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Accounting 
Dickson. Kelll Jo-Anne 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior. Finance 
Dickson, Laura Blackwood 
(Naperville. IL) 

Junior. French, Political Science 
Dickson. Richard D. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Dledhiou Balla Moussa 
(Bignona. Senegal) 
GD. International Development. 
Public Health - Epidemiology 
Graduate School Student 
Association, Soccer Club-Men's 
Diehl, Kristel H 
(Bogoto. Colombia) 
Graduate, International 
Development 
Diehr, Matthew 
(St. Louis. MO) 
Senior, PEMH 

CONGRATULATIONS MATT! 
Diekmann, Jared Samuel 
(Santa Rita. Guam. GU) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Dieleman. Crystal May 
(Las Vegas. NV) 
Senior. Pol Sci/lntemational 
Relation 
Chi Omega 
Dienethal. Anne M 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. Social Work 
Dier Benedict Martin 
(Southampton) 
Senior. History 

BEN. OK A LADIES MAN 8 CON- 
GRATS ON GRADUATING TULANE 
WAS GREAT ANXIOUS TO HAVE U 
HOME LOVE MUM & DAD 
Dierdorff, Alison S. 
(Annapolis. MD) 
Senior. Art History 
Dieterich Megan 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. International Health 
DiFrancesco, Anthony Jr 
(Oakland. CA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Digaetano Molly E. 
(Temeculo. CA) 
Senior. Management 
DiGiorgio Catherine 
(New Orleans, LA) 
MDI. Medicine 
Digiuseppe Daniell C. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. Preservation Studies 
Dignan Katie 
(Modesto. CA) 
GM. Business 
Diiorio Jane M. 
Freshman. Cell & Molecular 
Biology 

Dijohn Sheliah A 
(Destrehan. LA) 
GM. Liberal Arts 
Dikamba Madiya Nelly 
GD. International Development 
Dike Eben N. 
(Missouri City. TX) 
GM. Executive MBA 
Dillard David Pale 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. Preservation Studies 
Dillard Erin Woodard 
(Roswell. GA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Dillard James 
(Pembroke Pine. FL) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Dillard Kaelyn Jo 
(Whitney, TX) 
Junior. Psychotogy 



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Dillman, Eoghan Leland 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Dillon, Nathan Reynold 

(Lake Jackson, TX) 

Senior, Management 

Dimachkie Masri, Maysoun 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Dimatteo, David R 

(Framingham, MA) 

3L, Law 

DiMonda, Danielle Ann 

(West Islip, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dinardo, Kristen Nicole 

(Springfield, IL) 

Junior, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Dindinger, Edward W. 

(Woodinville, WA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dinehart, Benjamin P. 

(Latham, NY) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Dini, Arash A 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Dinkelacker. Andrew Otto 

(Memphis, TN) 

FYR, Architecture 

Dinnell, Adam M 

(Kenner, LA) 

3L, Law 

Dione. Demba A. 

GD, International Development 

Dipaolo. Maria 

(Flossmoor, IL) 

Senior. Communication 

Dipasquale, Marion Emmanuela 

(Richmond, VA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dipietro. Cory D. 

Sophomore, Environmental 

Engineering 

Discolo, Andrew C. 

(Seattle, WA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, 

Basketball, Pre-Medical Society 

Dismore, Mackenzie L 

(Jacksonville, FM) 

1 L, Law 

Disston, Emily Treat 

(Ponte Vedra Beach. FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ditommaso, Craig C 

(Youngstown, OH) 

MD2, Medicine 

American Medical Student 

Association, Tulane Emergency 

Medicine Interest Group. 

Students Against Right Brain 

Atrophy (SARBA) President 

Ditommaso, Joseph H. 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Sophomore, Assoc. Marketing 

Ditullio lii, Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Architecture 

Divittorio, Frank 

(Hammond, LA) 

3L, Law 

Dixon, Edward H.. Jr 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

History 

Dixon, Jacqueline Anne 

(Carthage. MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dizon, Lawrence R. 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Dizon, Terri Yvonne 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Djeddah, Romain Jacques 

SPU. Business 

Dlabola, Tommy Jay 

(Wantagh, NY) 

Junior, Communication, English - 

The Tulane Minstrel 



Dobie, Thomas Gow 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Dobra, Sarah E 

(Eugene. OR) 

1 L, Law 

Dobra. Sarah Elise 

(Eugene. OR) 

GM, International Health 

Dobre, Mihnea Catalin 

(Champaign, IL) 

Junior, Architecture, Marketing 

Undergraduate Student 

Government, Architecture 

Student Body. American Institute 

of Architecture Students, Alpha 

Rho Chi 

Dobrin, Daniel Ray 

(Marietta, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dobson, Bethany Marin 

(Evergreen, CO) 

Junior, English 

Dockrey, Angela Marie 

(Hawthorne, NV) 

Senior, Political Science, Asian 

Studies 

Asian American Students United, 

Karate Club, Indoor Soccer, 

Office of Multicultural Affairs 

Ambassador 

Dodd, Earl Jordan 

(Cypress, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Doddamani, Ravi 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Business 

Dodge, Matthew C 

(Vancouver, WA) 

GM. Business 

Dodson, Philip H 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Dogra, Shalini 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

3L, Law 

Doheny, John S 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Music 

Dohse. Shawn 

(Prairieville, LA) 

GM, Business 

Doise, Caleb 

(Lafayette, LA) 

GM, Business 

Dokurno, William A. 

(Madison, CT) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Dolan, Matthew J 

(Raleigh, NC) 

1 L, Law 

Dolan, Paul Gregory 

(Great Falls. MT) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Dolci, Natalie E. 

(Overland Park, KS) 

GM, Social Work 

Doleac, Miles C 

(Hattiesburg, MS) 

GD, History, Religious Studies 

Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, 

Areas of study: Christian Origins, 

Greco-Roman Phi 

Dolese, Craig Brandon 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dolin. Robert Kaleta 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Doll, Renee E 

(Millington, NJ) 

MD3, Medicine 

Dolson. Leanna Michelle 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dombey, Benjamin Hugo 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Dominguez, Anthony Ryan 

(Chatsworth. CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Dominguez, Desiree M. 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation, Art History 

Donahoe, Patrick Barron 

(North Aurora, IL) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Donaldson, James W. 

(N. Scituate, Rl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Donaldson, Paul 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Donaldson-Fletch, Emily A 

(Seattle, WA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Doneson, Douglas Kenneth 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman, English 

Dong, Kevin Kaijie 

(Pearland. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Donnelly, Joseph James 

(Seabrook, TX) 

Junior, Management 

Donnelly, Kimberly A. 

(Edison, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Donnelly, Maura 

(Fairfield, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Donnelly, Sterling W. 

(Middletown, CT) 

Senior, Finance 

Ultimate Frisbee Club 

Donoghoe, Dominique 

(Hamden, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

You ore awesome; after the 

Katrina disaster, you enrolled at 

USF for Fall 2005 & returned to 

Tulane! 

Donoghue, Anna L. 

(Brentwood, TN) 

Senior, Marketing 

Donovan, Megan K 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Donovan, Thomas J. 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Junior, Psychology 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Doolin, Oliver W. 

(Milton, LA) 

Junior, Finance 

Doolittle, Benjamin Reid 

(Gallipolis, OH) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Dooner, Matthew 

(Naples, FL) 

Junior, Computer Science 

Doose, Molly M. 

(Leawood, KS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Doosey, Michael H 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Doppelt, Ross C. 

(Havertown, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Doran, Brian Matthew 

(Portland. OR) 

Sophomore, Latin American 

Studies 

Dorff, Sarah E. 

(Fridley. MN) 

Masters, Human Genetics 

Dorfman, Joanna Elisabeth 

(Corte Madera, CA) 

Senior, English, History 

Dorfman, Molly V 

(Jamaica Plain, MA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Dorsey, Cassandra Michelle 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Tulane University Paralegal 

Association 

Dorsey, Jennifer 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Art History 



Dorsey, Mark S. 

(Fullerton. CA) 

Senior. History 

Dorsey. Philip J 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Dorsey, Rhonda A 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dory. Roy E. 

(Oak Ridge, TN) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Doshi, Minal 

(East Hanover, NJ) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience, 

Urban Studies 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Doss, Bryan Matthew 

(Cantonment, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Doss, Jeff P. 

(Montgomery. AL) 

Senior, Accounting 

Doss. Robert Alan, III 

(Cantonment, FL) 

Junior, Accounting 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, NROTC 

Dossier, Eva Joelle 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Dotson, Sean Michael 

(Boone, NC) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Dou, Yuming 

GM, Guest MBA 

Doucette, Ashley P. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Doughtie, Laura Elizabeth 

(Dallas. TX) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Doughty, Elizabeth Suzanne 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Douglas, Kristen D. 

(Spring, TX) 

Senior, Accounting 

Douglas, Lindsey 

(Corpus Christi, TX) 

Senior, Accounting 

Congratulations.' You did an 

amazing job. Wishing you much 

success in the future. Love Dad 

Douglas, Paulette Irene 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Business, Spanish 

Douglas, Phyllis Marie 

(Gonzales, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Douglas, Rachel Michaele 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Business. Dance 

Douglass, Jennifer 

(Greenfield, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Douglass, Peter R. 

(Englewood, CO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Douieb, Yoann 

(Hadera. Israel) 

SPU, Business, Finance 

Dove, Kendred V. 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dove-Marciante, Angelle Marie 

(Livingston, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dover, Jean L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Dowd, Trevor Walker 

(Alpharetta, GA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Dowling, Patrick John 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Anthropology 



Downes, Kenneth M. 

(Corrales, NM) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering, 

Cell and Molecular Biology 

Downey, Alison Jane 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Downey, Erin 

(San Francisco, CA) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Downey, Laura C 

(Richmond. VA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Downey, Shannon Carleen 

(Vancouver, WA) 

GM. International Health 

Downing, Stephen T. 

(Mechanicsburg, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Downs, Wayne Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Doyle, Jewel Shechinah 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Doyle, Kevin Michael 

(Attleboro, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Doyle, Ross Gerard 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Doyle, Shana Elizabeth 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior, Theatre, Sociology 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society, Ballroom Dance Club, 

Mortar Board, Phi Eta Sigma 

Dozier, Christine E. 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Drain, Raymond J. 

(Dallas, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Drakunova, Elizaveta Sergeevna 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Drangle. Christopher Alan 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Sophomore, English, Psychology 

Tulane Hullabaloo, WTUL 

Dresner, Jason C. 

(Dix Hills, NY) 

Junior, Economics, Psychology 

Dressing, John David 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, History 

Drew, Barbara A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Pharmacology 

Drew, Destiny E. 

(Crosby, TX) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Drew, Michelle 

(Wilmington. DE) 

Graduate. Public Health - Global 

Community Health 

Drewek, David 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Drexler, Joseph James 

(Higganum, CT) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

Dribus, Anna R. 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, History, Political Science 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Dribus, Ben F 

(Mandeville, LA) 

GD, Mathematics 

Drinnan, David S. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior. Electrical Engineering 

Driscoll, Michael Edward 

(Saline. Ml) 

Sophomore. Philosophy, Political 

Science 



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Drohan Michael Lockhart 
(Great Falls. VA) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnlernational 
Relation 

Drolla, Francis Joseph. Jr 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM, Liberal Arts 
Drori, lal 
(Newton, MA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering. 
English 

Society of Women Engineers. 
Chabad House. Tau Beta Pi 
Honor Society, Volleyball. Best 
Buddies International 
Drozdowskl Emma Ann 
(Oak Ridge. TN) 

Senior, Political Science, French 
Chi Omega. Newcomb College 
Senate, Green Wave 
Ambassadors, Undergraduate 
Student Government 
Druin. Kelly M. 
(Laplace, LA) 
Masters, Social Work 
Drummer Waynette Sheri 
(Jackson. TN) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Dry. Krystal M. 
(Calabasas. CA) 
Junior, Business, Management 
Dsani. Daniel A 
3L, Law 

D'Souza. Vanessa M. 
.(New Orleans, LA) 
] L, Law 
Du, Josh S. 

(New Providence. NJ) 
Senior, Finance 
Du, Yan 

GM, Epidemiology 
Dubaz. Nicholas R. 
(Biloxi, MS) 
Senior. International 
Development, Political Science 
World Affairs Forum, Army ROTC 
Don't overtook life's small joys 
while searching for the big ones. 
Love Your Parents, Mark & Ann 
Dube, Andrea E. 
(Kennebunk. ME) 
Junior. History 
Dube, Reesa Lorene 
(Corpus Christi. TX) 
Sophomore. Psychology 
Dubeshter, Paige 
(Rochester. NY) 
Junior, Economics 
Dubois, Amanda B 
(Pollock. LA) 

GD. Microbiology/Immunology 
Dubois, Nicole J. 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Junior, Media Arts 
Dubon, Suzanne M 
(San Juan, PR) 
LS. Law 
Duboue, Erik R 
{New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Neuroscience. Philosophy 
Tulane University Neuroscience 
Assocation 
Dubriel. Laurie D 
(Fort Valley. GA) 
GD. Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Dubs, Eric Jeremy 
(Chappaqua. NY) 
Freshman. Mechanical 
Engineering 
Dubuisson, Jeffrey Lee 
(Gulfport. MS) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Duchatellier, Christine 
GD, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 
Duck, Steven Matthew 
(Houston, TX) 

GD. Mechanical Engineering 
Ducre. Christian A. 
(Lacombe. LA) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 



Ducrest. Casey E. 

(Mequon, Wl) 

GM, Business 

Dudas, Erica M 

(Niles. Ml) 

GD. Sociology 

Dudek, Charles 

(Thibodaux, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Dudis, Susie M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. International Development 

Dudley, Karlina A. 

(Rockville, MD) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Dudley, Katherine A. 

(Lincolnshire. IL) 

Senior, Management 

Dudley, Meredith 

(Liverpool, NY) 

GD. Anthropology 

Duell, Regina D 

3L, Law 

Duffy, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Mt. Pleasant. SC) 

Freshman, Neuroscience. Cell 

and Molecular Biology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

We hope you dance! Love Mom 

& Dad 

Dufour, Julien Thomas 

(New York City, NY) 

2L, Law 

Dufour, Michael Christian 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Senior. Civil Engineering 

Dufresne. Patricia A. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Dugan, Gary Mitchell 

(Stroudsburg. PA) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Dugan. James 

(Morrisville. PA) 

GD, Anthropology 

Dujmusic, Henry Emile 

SPU. Business 

Duke. Melanie K. 

(Slidell. LA) 

Freshman, Sociology 

Dukes, Benjamin A 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Dula, Rachael J. 

(Lexington, KY) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Dula Russell E. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Dull, James Arthur 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Duly Serrina D. 

(Bonita. CA) 

Junior. Finance 

Dulyapaibul, Amarit 

(Chicago. IL) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Dumas, Audrey Prisca 

(Paris. France) 

MD4. Medicine 

American Medical Women's 

Association, Flag Football, Tulane 

Medical School Owl Club, Tulane 

Women's Tennis team 

Dumont Nathan M. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Duncan Brandon Avery 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA, Finance 

Duncan, Christopher Edward 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Mathematics 

Duncan. Claire R 

(Ballston Lake. NY) 

Senior. Latin American Studies 

Duncan, Jessi L. 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Masters. Tropical Medicine 



Dunham, Matthew P. 

(Burnt Hills. NY) 

Freshman. English. Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Pre-Medical Society. Running 

Dunkin Samantha Ann 

(Greenwood Lake. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Dunlop. Adam L 

3L, Law 

Dunn, Ashley N. 

(Tacoma, WA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Dunn, Casey Raymond 

(Miami, FL) 

MDl, Medicine 

Dunn Christopher A. 

(Arlington, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Dunn, Corey J. 

(Paoli. IN) 

Junior, History 

Dunn, Elizabeth M 

(Salisbury, NC) 

Graduate. Social Work 

Dunn, Jennifer Leigh 

(Sapulpa. OK) 

Freshman. Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Dunn Kevin P. 

(Bellmore, NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Dunn, Nicholas E. 

(St Charles, IL) 

Junior. Economics 

Dunn, Stacy 

(North Olmsted, OH) 

GD, Anthropology 

Dunne. Sean 

(Middletown, NJ) 

Junior, Finance 

Dunnick, Robert Scott 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

Junior. Legal Studies 

Congratulations Robert! We are 

so proud of you. Love, Mom & 

Dad 

Dupclay, Ericka M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior. Social Sciences 

Duplessis, Jeoffre R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Duplessis, Raymond Ronald 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Physics 

Duplessis, Shaun 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Duplessis, Tamika Tyson 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Dupont, Claire Marie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Dupre. Dana Erin 

(Lafayette, LA) 

2L. Law 

Dupre, Juliette Ingrid 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Junior. Paralegal Studies 

Dupre, Kristi Lynn 

(Houma. LA) 

Junior. Paralegal Studies 

Dupree, Haley 

(Bossier City. LA) 

Junior. Business 

Dupuy Leland Gantt 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Duquesnay Henry 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Duran-Salinas Eduardo 

GM. Executive MBA 

Durham Meredith Renee 

(Wayne. PA) 

Junior. Sociology 

Durham Nicolene Judith 

(Glastonbury. CT) 

Sophomore. Communication, 

French 



Durkln, Jennifer E. 
(Cambridge, ma) 
Senior. Communication 
We are so proud oi you - as 
alwaysl Keep going lor it and lot- 
tow your dreams. Love. Mom & 
Dad 

Durlond Jonathon Corey 
(Ithaca. NY) 
Junior. Finance 
Durow. Steven 
(River Ridge. LA) 
GM. Art Studio 
Durr. Asia P. 
(Alton. IL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 
Dursa. Matthew R 
(Fredericksburg. VA) 
2L. Law 

D'Urso. David Francis 
(New York. NY) 
Freshman. Engineering 
Dushi, Allen 
(Brooklyn. NY) 

Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 

Dutra, Kathryn Elizabeth 
(St. Louis, MO) 
Junior. Marketing. Political 
Science 

Dutta, Meenakshi R 
(Los Altos, CA) 
MD3, Medicine 
Dwyer, Frances Cassell 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Dwyer, Sara H 
(Riverside, CA) 
MD2. Medicine 
Dye, Bonnie E 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
1 L, Law 

Dye. Williston L, III 
(Las Vegas. NV) 
Senior. Architecture 
Dyer. Carter Mccune 
(Frisco. TX) 

Senior, Neuroscience 
Dyess, Larry C. 
(Metairie. LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Dysert. Dane 
(Wellsville, OH) 
FYR. Architecture 
Eads, Melinda Christine 
(Brentwood. TN) 
Junior. Communication 
Eady, Darren 
(Metairie, LA) 
GD, Mathematics 
Eagan, Cambre A. 
(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 
Eagan, Erin Sue 
(Kenner. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Eagan Michele Adams 
(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 
Eager, Jana K. 
(Little Rock. AR) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Eaglstein Brett 
(Jacksonville. FL) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Eaklns Benjamin 
(Sparta. MO) 
Junior. Undeclared 
Earley Benjamin David 
(Baltimore. MD) 

Freshman. Finance. Accounting 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Lacrosse 
Club-Men's 
East Charlene 
(Metairie. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Easier Sarah C. 
(New Orleans. LA) 

Eaton Emily Alice 
(Longmeadow. MA) 
Senior. Mathematics 



Eaton. Julie 

(Concofd. MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Eaton Lauren N. 

(Deer Park. NY) 

Junior. Psychology 

Eaton Sarah Ailene 

(New Orleans. LA) 

IL. Law 

Ebaugh. Sheryl 

(Portland. Ml) 

GM. Environmental Heollh 

Scier 

Eberl Markus 

GD. Anthropology 

Eberte. Janet 

(Mesquiie. TX) 

3L. Law 

Eberle. Jeremy William 

(Coppeli. TX) 

Sophomore. Psychology. 

Philosophy 

Tulane College Senate. Caioosa 

Eberlin. Nicole Elaine 

(Brussels. IL) 

Junior. Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity. Alpha 

Lambda Delta Honor Society. 

Basketball 

Eberly Brad K. 

(West Salem. OH) 

Freshman. Political Science 

Echeverri Margarita 

(Medellin. Colombia) 

GD. International Development 

Women In Science. Basketball 

Echols. Lamar N. 

(Brunswick. GA) 

LS. Law 

Echols Rachel Madray 

(Brunswick. GA) 

IL Law 

Ecker David J. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Eckert. Lauren E 

(Metairie. LA) 

MDl. Medicine 

Eckwall Laura J. 

(Lagrange. IL) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Edgens Tabitha D. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Edison, Nicole Mara 

(E. Brunswick. NJ) 

Senior. Communication 

We are very proud of whaf you 

have accompfohed. Love 

always Dad and Dor. 

Edmiston Kimberly A. 

(Long Beac 

Junior. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Edwardes Samantha Louise 

(East Hampton. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Edwards Comille Andrea 

(Philadelphia. PA) 

Graduate. Maternal And Chid 

Health. Public Health - Gtobol 

Community Health 

Obstetrics & Gynecology Interest 

Group 

Edwards Clarke T. 

(Greensboro. NC) 

Sophomore. Poit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Edwards Donna Ruth 

(Allen. TX) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Edwards Jeftery 

(New Orleans. LA) 

on. Undeclared 
Edwords Sandra 
(Gulfport. MS) 
Junior. Casino Resort 
Management 
Egborge Tobore Tetobor 

NJ) 
Special Gradual. International 
Health 



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Eggen, Jeffrey T. 

(West Chester, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Egger, Stephanie S 

(Ridgeland, MS) 

3L, Law 

Eggert, Matthew Warren 

(Harahan, LA) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Egner, Hannah Elizabeth 

(Jenkintown, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Eichler, Miranda R. 

(Breiniqsville, PA) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Eichner, Andrew William 

(Centerville, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Eid, Issam N 

MD3, Medicine 

Eid, Kimberly R. 

(Avondale, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Eiland, William Boone 

(Covington, LA) 

GM, Business 

Eileis, Mark 

(Metairie, LA) 

Masters, Undeclared 

Eisen, Michelle Beth 

(Bellmore, NY) 

Senior, Accounting 

Eisenberg, Benjamin Waterman 

(Mclean, VA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Eisenberg, Jared 

(Plantation, FL) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Eisenberg, Rina L 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

2L, Law 

Eisenman, Gregory S. 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Communication 

Eisenman, Kelly A. 

(Bellaire, TX) 

Junior, Business 

Eisenman, Tracy 

(Bellaire, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Eisenstatt, Brian Lewis 

(Memphis, TN) 

Freshman. Neuroscience 

Pre-Medical Society, Indoor 

Soccer 

What an interesting freshman 

year! Roll Wave! Love, Mom & 

Dad 

Eisenstein, Jacob C 

(Pelham, MA) 

2L, Law 

Eisner, Gabriel 

(Oceanside, NY) 

Senior. Marketing, Linguistics 

Green Wave Ambassadors, 

Orientation Coordinators 

Eiswirth, Clayton Clement 

(River Ridge, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Eiswirth, Skye E. 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Eitmann, Adam R. 

(Luling, LA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Eitmann, Armond J., Jr 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Computer Info Systems 

TU Baseball 

Eklund, Meryle J 

(Portsmouth, Rl) 

MD2, Medicine 

El Hajjaoui Khadija 

GM, International Health 

El Mihdawy, Magdy Alaa 

(Long Island, NY) 

Sophomore, Business 



Elany, Shir 

(Lexington, MA) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

El Baghdadi, Mariam M 

(Ruston, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

El-Baz, Ben Hazim 

(Creve Coeur, MO) 

Junior, Economics 

Elbe, Lasse 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Civil Engineering 

Elbers, Don P 

(Mandeville, LA) 

GD, Computer Science 

Eldridge, Jaclyn Nicole 

(Bethlehem Township, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Circle K International, Intensive 

Newcomb 

Wow, what a year. We're very 

proud of you! Congratulations 

and Love, Mom and Dad 

Eldridge, Kara Nicole 

(New Orleans, LA) 

FYR, Architecture 

Air Force Reserve Officer Training 

Corp, Indoor Soccer 

Elegante, Marco F. 

(Salt Lake City, UT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Elens, Lauren Louise 

(Pensacola, FL) 

Freshman, Theater, Classical 

Studies 

El-Faramawi, Mohammed 

GD, Epidemiology 

Elgrissy. Marissa Suzanne 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

Junior, English 

Eli, Khadajah L. 

(Alexandria, LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Elias, Jonathan P 

(Armonk, NY) 

MD4, Medicine 

Ellett, Emily B. 

(Decatur, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Elliott, Bradley Lawrence 

(Mobile, AL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Elliott, Elizabeth Annmarie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. History 

Elliott, Liana Marian 

(Palo Alto, CA) 

Junior, Religious Studies, Classical 

Studies 

Elliott, Rebecca G 

(Marblehead, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Elliott, Scott A. 

(Bay City, TX) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Ellis, Daniel David 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ellis, Jordan Christopher 

(Pass Christian, MS) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Ellzey, Lindsey N. 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Elmer, Kristen 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, History, Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, German Club 

Elmer, Laurel N 

(Chevy Chase, MD) 

GD, International Development 

Elsabaawi, Laura A. 

(Wheeling, WV) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Elwood, Kristie 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Ely, George Ray 

(Covington, LA) 
Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) 
Emanuel, Allen Henson 
(Baytown, TX) 
GM, Epidemiology 
Emaus, Bradley Mark 
(Senoia, GA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Embree, Brad A 
(Virginia Beach, VA) 
2L, Law 

Embrey, Kevin James 
(Bluemont, VA) 
GM, International Health 
Emerson, David 
(Chicago. IL) 
Senior, Neuroscience 
Emerson, Taylor L. 
(Durham, NC) 
Junior, Journalism 
Emilienburg, Monica A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
3L, Law 

Emmel, Dave Donald 
(Baltimore, MD) 
Junior, Finance, Accounting 
Lacrosse Club-Men's 
Emsellem, Chelsea 
(Bethesda, MD) 
Junior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 
Policy 

Enchelmeyer, Amy Sara 
(West Linn, OR) 
Senior, English 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Hillel, Green 
Wave Ambassadors 
Enclade, Laci Victoria 
(Barafaria, LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 
Enco, Zachary Harrison 
(Nesconset, NY) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Sigma Chi 
Ende, Scott A. 
(Petersburg, VA) 
Junior. Finance 
Eng Rohrbach, Nicholas S 
(Emmaus, PA) 
Freshman, Architecture 
England, Christopher Peter 
(Morgan Hill. CA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
England, Theresa Marie 
(Pascagoula, MS) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Engle, John 
(Slidell, LA) 
MD1, Medicine 

American Medical Association - 
Medical Student Section, Rugby 
Club-Men's 
Engle, Kelsey Dianna 
(Poughkeepsie, NY) 
Freshman, Political Economy, 
Economics 

Field Hockey Club, Pre-Law 
Society, Residence Hall 
Association, Tutoring at Lusher 
Elementary 

English Ashley Williams 
(Atlanta, GA) 
Senior, Management 
English, Patricia 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Social Work 
Enlow, Mark Abraham 
(Wayzata, MN) 
Junior, Architecture 
This has been a year of learning, 
exploring, maturing and broad- 
ening. We love- you. Mom and 
Dad 

Enohnyaket, Pascal E. 
GD, Physics 
Enrique/ Adrian L 
(Miami, FL) 
Sophomore, Economics 



Ensor, Kathryn Morgan 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Epstein, Daniel Nathan 

(Wilmington, DE) 

Junior, Finance 

Epstein, Emily Beth 

(New Haven, CT) 

Senior, Communication 

Communication Majors Society 

We love you and we are so 

proud of you.' Love Mom, Dad. 

Kate and Herbie 

Epstein, Jana E. 

(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Epstein, Jeremy Scott 

(Coral Springs, FL) 

2L, Law 

Phi Alpha Delta Honor Society, 2L 

Class (Law School), Phi Kappa 

Sigma, Law School Dean's 

Advisory Committee; Maritime 

Law 

A/most a lawyer.' Congrats.' We 

love you! Mom, Dad, Jen, 

Heather, Jonny and Alexis. 

Epstein, Rachel B. 

(Bellmore, NY) 

Junior, Exercise Science, 

Psychology 

Erbes, Alison Wheeler 

(Medina, MN) 

Sophomore, Marketing 

Erck, Alexa Baron 

(Wilmette, IL) 

Sophomore, Ecology & Evol 

Biology 

Erhard, Matthew W. 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Erickson, Karly B. 

(Worcester, MA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Psychology 

Hillel, Women In Science 

Erickson, Wynne Cathcart 

(Pasadena, CA) 

2L, Law 

Eriksen, Calvin M 

(Madison, Wl) 

MD1, Medicine 

Ernst, Julie Kathleen 

(Bloomfield, Ml) 

Senior, Marketing, Management 

American Marketing Association 

Ernst, Tomas 

GM, Executive MBA 

Erwin, Andrea Lynn 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Public Relations 

Escandon, Joseph H 

(Spokane, WA) 

2L, Law 

Escarfuller, Carlos I 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Esfahani, Sarah R. 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Accounting 

Eskew, Thomas J. 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

It was hard to get to the Big Easy 

... Congrats! 

Eskildsen, Scott Martin 

(Fairfax, VA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

History 

Eskin, Leonid Emil 

(Lexington, MA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Eskind, Jason M. 

(Nashville. TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Congratulations.' We are so 

proud of you! Love, Mom & Dad 

Eskind, Matthew C. 

(Nashville, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Esmail, Jihan A. 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Senior, Sociology 



Espinosa, Isabel C. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Espinoza, Ramon A. 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Estaris, Roland 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Estaris, Ryan 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM, Public Health - Epidemiology 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association, Associated 

Student Body, Omicron Delta 

Kappa Honor Society, APHA-SA 

Esteen, John Audie, II 

(Marrero, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Esten, Andrew John 

(Lacrosse, Wl) 

Masters, Pharmacology 

Esterline, Jessie R. 

(Lafayette. CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Esworthy, Justin W 

3L, Law 

Etheredge, Edward Ezekiel, Jr 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Eugene, Dawanne M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Chemistry 

Eugene, Glynis T 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Eugene, Melissa Ann 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Graduate, Liberal Arts 

Amnesty International, Graduate 

and Professional Students 

Association 

Euteneier, Gregory T 

(Portland, OR) 

1 L, Law 

Evans, Alma Carpenter 

(Natchez, MS) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Evans, Emily L. 

(Erie, PA) 

Freshman. Neuroscience 

Green Wave Ambassadors, 

Tulane University Neuroscience 

Assocation, Pre-Medical Society, 

Women in Science 

Evans, Fior Alicia 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Evans, Jonathan D. 

(Chadds Ford, PA) 

Junior, English 

Evans, Lauren Noelle 

(Norman, OK) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Evans, Meredith Frances 

(Bay Village, OH) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Everett, Catlin 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Everett, Christopher 

(New Canaan, CT) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Everett, Darcie L 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

MD4, Medicine 

Everett, Emily Tier 

(Phoenix, MD) 

Senior, Psychology 

Eveslage, Stephanie Lin 

(Southlake, TX) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Exnicios, Thomas J., Jr 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ezaki. Lisa M. 

(Chicago. IL) 

GM, Spanish 

Faber, William R. 

(Trabuco Canyon, CA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Faber, Zachary J 

(Adrian, MN) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 






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Fabianl. Richard H 

(Gainesville. FL) 

IL. Law 

Fablanski, Michael R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. History 

Fabrega. Gustavo A 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Fabrega, Miguel G 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Fabregat, Juan Ramon 

(Mexico City. DF) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Fackrell. Jared M. 

(Colorado Springs. CO) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology. 

International Development 

TU Baseball. TU Men's Basketball. 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students. Navy 

ROTC 

Fadeley. Kristin Noelle 

(Schererville, IN) 

Sophomore. Computer Science 

Soccer Club-Women's. Society of 

Women Engineers 

Fagan, Anthony Charles 

(Philadelphia. MS) 

Freshman. Casino Resort 

Management 

Fagan. Ryan 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Public Health And Trop Med 

Fagan, Scott R 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Faherty, Michael Francis 

(Sparta. NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fahlbusch, Kristin Leigh 

(Chicago. IL) 

Masters. Health Systems 

Management 

Fair, Allyson 

(West Palm Beach. FL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pi Beta Phi 

Fair, Joseph 

(Knoxville. MD) 

Masters. Tropical Medicine 

Fair, Warren John 

(Columbia. SC) 

Junior, Finance 

Fairbanks Laurence F. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Fairburn, William Thomas 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Junior, Finance. Spanish 

Financial Management 

Association, TU Football 

Faircloth, Kerri Lynn 

(Terrytown, LA) 

Senior. Website Development 

Fails, Clayton Edward 

(Southwick, MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Falco James Anthony Jr 

(North Haven. CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Falcon, Floyd J 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Faletti, Russell 

Senior, Electrical Engineering. 

Mathematics 

Falgout Harold Matthew 

(Laplace, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Fall, Ibrahlma 

GD. International Development 

Fader Karin Rae 

(Portland. OR) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Fallon, Julia E. 

(Blacksburg VA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Fang Emily Yu-Lin 

GM, Executive MBA 



Fang, Wei 

GD. Business 

Fannin, Christian Peters 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Senior, History 

We are proud of you! Mom and 

Dad 

Fanugao, Randy B 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Farah, William Mattison 

(El Paso. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Farb Amanda Meredith 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Junior, Jewish Studies. 

Psychology 

Fardmanesh, Newsha 

(Chatsworth, CA) 

2L, Law 

Fargen, Kyle M 

(Appleton. Wl) 

MD2, Medicine 

Farhoumand, Jennifer 

(Greenville, Rl) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Farina, Arthur M. 

(Belleview. FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Farina, Sean Robert 

(Toluca Lake. CA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Farkas, Steven E. 

(Cranbury, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Farmer, Sonna Leigh 

(Theodore, AL) 

GD, Biostatistics 

Farooq, Lubna 

(Harvey, LA) 

MDI, Medicine 

Farooq, Umar 

(Harvey, LA) 

Senior. Computer Engineering 

Farr, Albert Doswald 

(Lemoyne, PA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Farr, Erin R 

(St.Rose. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Farrell, James Noel 

(Woodstock. GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Farrell. Jeremy 

(Deland, FL) 

Junior. History 

Farrell, Patrick Francis 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Senior, Economics. Mathematics 

Farrell, Shannon 

(Hopkinton, MA) 

Freshman. Architecture 

Farrier, Andrew David 

(St. Francisville, LA) 

Sophomore. Theater, Linguistics 

Farringer, Shelley M. 

(Scottsdale. AZ) 

Junior. Communication 

Farris. Jessica L. 

(Ridgeland. MS) 

Junior, Exercise Science, 

Psychology 

Farrisi, Daniele 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Health 

Farshad, Jeffrey 

(The Flat, LA) 

3L. Law 

Tulane Real Estate Law Society 

Fast, Meagan A 

(Boutte. LA) 

Freshman, Communication. 

Marketing 

Fasullo, Shannon J. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Psychology 

Congrafu/ofons Adrienne. / know 

you will succeed in anything you 

do. / love you. Shannon 

Fatakia Adil A 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM, Business 



Fatumah, Babu 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. International Health 

Faucher, Kristin E. 

(Leawood. KS) 

Senior. Marketing 

Faughnan, Maille Ellise 

(Simi Valley, CA) 

Junior, Women's Studies 

Faulkner, William Nathaniel 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Fausch. Eric Prlbil 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Music and Medicine. Pre- 

Medical Society. THEM. Orchestra 

Faust, Jonah D. 

(Des Plaines. IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Faust, Lauren A 

(Annapolis, MD) 

2L, Law 

Faust, Lucy Adair 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Faw, Dana M 

(Redmond, WA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Fayard. Calvin C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L. Law 

Fayard, Misty L 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior. Digital Design 

Fayard, Shannon Michelle 

(Long Beach, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fazzari, Anthony David 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Senior. Finance 

Fechler. Brian William 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Freshman. Undeclared, 

Undeclared 

Navy ROTC, German Club, IM 

Dodgeball, IM Soccer 

Federici, Robert Joseph 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biostatistics 

Federico, Christopher H 

(Pass Christian, MS) 

MD2, Medicine 

Fedison. Terri H. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Feehery, Marlena Joan 

(New Orleans. TX) 

Junior. Theatre 

Feigenbaum, Matthew 

(Cambridge, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Feigin, Sandra W. 

(Fair Haven, NJ) 

Junior, Business 

Sigma Delta Tau. Field Hockey 

Club 

Feinberg, Zachary 

(Pleasantville. NY) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Tulane Jazz Ensemble. Dodgeball 

Feirn, Gregory Charles 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Feisenberger, Hilary 

(Winter Park, FL) 

Junior, Art History 

Fell, Michelle Gayle 

(Saint Louis. MO) 

Junior. Finance. Accounting 

Sigma Delta Tau. Business Law 

Society. Volunteer Income Tax 

Assistance 

Felber Dietmar 

GD. English 

Feldkamp Mary M. 

(Vermilion. OH) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Feldman. Jason David 
(Buffalo. NY) 

GM. Public Health - Global 
Community Health. International 
Development 
Dodgeball. Population- 
Environment Interactions: 
Maternal Heal 

Congratulations to the School of 
Pub. Health & Trop. Medicine stu- 
dent body: may we heal New 
Or/eons/ 
Feldman, Jason 
(Houston. TX) 
Senior. Management 
Feldmann. Jamie Marie 
(Trenton. IL) 

Junior. Biological Chemistry 
Pre-Medical Society. Kappa 
Alpha Theta 
Felice, Ryan Nicholas 
(Oradell, NJ) 

Freshman, Geology. Ecology and 
Evolutionary Biology 
WTUL 

Felice. Taylor Lauren 
(Woodbridge. CT) 
Junior, Marketing 
Fellman, Katherine R 
(Bloomfield. NJ) 
MDI. Medicine 
Felson, Jayme 
(Piedmont, CA) 
Junior, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Felt, Julie Jeanette 
(East Lansing, Ml) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Felterman, Faye Elizabeth 
(Metairie, LA) 
GD, English 
Feng, John 
(Memphis. TN) 
GD. Mathematics 
Feng, Zhuang 
GD, Physiology 
Fennell, Christina Ruth 
(Houston, TX) 
GM, Tropical Medicine 
Fenstermaker, Robert Murray 
(Baltimore. MD) 
Sophomore, Environmental 
Engineering 
Fentin, Julie D. 
(Lexington, MA) 
Senior, History 
Fenton, David 
(Atlanta. GA) 
Senior. Psychology 
Fenton, Filippa Victoria 
(New York. NY) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Feoli, Ludovico 
GD, Political Science 
Ferguson Arianne M. 
(Lafayette. LA) 
MD4, Medicine 
Docs Ought to Care. Flag 
Football 

Ferland Chantelle L. 
(Littleton. NH) 

Junior. Neuroscience. Psychology 
Ferlic Elisabeth A 
(Omaha. NE) 
MD2, Medicine 
Fernandez Anna Gabriel 
Senior, Civil Engineering 
Fernandez Gary Ray N 
(Alexandria. LA) 
Senior. Dance 

Fernandez Kathryn Elizabeth 
(New Iberia. LA) 
Junior. English, History 
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 
Society 

Fernandez Michelle Christine 
(Covington, LA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Fernandez Vanessa 
(Sea Tac. wa) 
GM. International Development 



Fernandez De Cordova. Daniela 

(Quito. Ecuador) 

Sophomore. Finance. Legal 

Studies in Business 

Fernando. Warnakulasur 

GD. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Fernberg Chad 

(Boardmon. OH) 

Senior. Political Science 

Ferrante. Lauren Avery 

(Worcester. MA) 

Sophomore. Spanish 

Ferrante, Maggie G. 

(Towson. MD) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Ferrara. Brenton Michael 

(Califon. NJ) 

Junior. Psychology 

Ferrara. Jennifer Marie 

(River Ridge, LA) 

3L. Law 

Ferrell. Natalie 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior. Latin American Studies 

Ferrero. Sergio Adrian 

GM. Executive MBA 

Ferris. Justin M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Political Science 

Ferro, Philip J. 

(Gaithersburg. MD) 

Doctoral, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Ferszt, Alan 

Senior. Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Fertig Rachel Emma 

(Brighton. Ml) 

Freshman. Political Economy. 

Legal Studies in Business 

International law. Hillel. Tulane 

Equestrian Club 

Fertitta Joshua Paul 

(Dallas. GA) 

Sophomore. Psychology 

Fetrow Willa Maud Mcguire 

(York. PA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Fette Gabriel 

(Denton, TX) 

Sophomore. Sociology 

Soccer Club-Men's. College 

Democrats 

Fetters Scott 

(Granger. IN) 

Senior. Legal Studies 

Good Luck in all your future 

endeavors. We are proud of 

you and we love you! Love. 

Mom and Dad 

Feuerberg Danielle A. 

(Centreville. VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Feuerstein Joshua G. 

(Potomac. MD) 

Senior. Management 

Fidrocki James Edward 

(Milton. MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Fiebrink Stephanie K. 

(Wausau. Wl) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 

Fiegel Blake Andrew 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Fields Amber L 

Gm. PharmacoiogY 

Fielman Joshua Craig 

(Plainview. NY) 

Senior. Accounting 

Figueras Daniel Omar 

(New York. NY) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Figueras Kristian A. 

PL) 
Junior. Neuroscience 
Figueras Liezle 
(Woodbury. NY) 
Senior. Neuroscience 
Figueroa Alice Maria 
(Metairie. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 



Directory ■ -' i- ; 



Filbrich. Leah 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Filce, Gregory John 

(Raceland. LA) 

Fifth-Year Prog, Accounting, 

Finance 

Tulane University Campus 

Programming 

Filippov, Natalia A. 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Filson, Lily V. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Art History, Italian 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society 

Fina, Karina Verushka 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM, Accounting 

Finch, Amy Elizabeth 

(Spring, TX) 

Freshman, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science, 

Spanish 

Catholic Center, Indoor Soccer. 

Pre-Medical Society 

Finch, Daniel J. 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Junior. Accounting 

Finch, Jennifer Merisan 

(La Mesa. CA) 

GM, International Health 

Fincher, Rita Malia 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Findlay. James Mair 

(Greenwich, CT) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Findlay, John Warren 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Junior, Finance 

Fine, Kristin 

(Dallas, TX) 

Sophomore. Political Science, 

Women's Studies 

College Democrats, Feminist 

Majority Leadership Alliance 

(FMLA), Pre-Law Society 

Finegold, Jared Steven 

(Plainview. NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Finegold, Randi Berman 

(Dallas, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Finehout-Henry, Brian Thomas 

(Topeka, KS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Finer, Jodi R. 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Junior, Psychology 

Finger, Julie Laurence 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters. Maternal And Child 

Health 

Finger, Kalman Clifford 

(Potomac, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Finger, Michael Henry 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, Philosophy 

Fink, Alex M 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Finkbeiner, Brandon Lee 

(Garland, TX) 

Junior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Finkel, Sayde F 

(New Kingston, NY) 

1 L, Law 

Finkel, Sivan 

(Tenafly, NJ) 

Senior, Art History 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Finkelstein. Daniel S. 

(Bedford. NY) 

Junior, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Finkelstein, Julie 

(Metairie, LA) 

Masters, Business 



Finkelstein, Shira J. 

(Oakhurst, NJ) 

Junior. American Studies 

Newcomb College Senate 

Finkle, Ezra Lavi 

(San Francisco, CA) 

2L, Law 

Finklea, Sybil Jo 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Finks, Elissa V. 

(Boston, MA) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Equestrian Sports 

Finn, Meghan C 

(Portland, OR) 

Senior, Latin American Studies, 

Spanish 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Finn, Timothy Peter 

(Greenwood Lake, NY) 

Freshman, International Health 

Finnern, Michael 

(Bartlett. TN) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Finney, Christopher S 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Finney, Jovel Celevana 

(Atlanta. GA) 

GM, Social Work 

Finnorn, Cristy Ann 

(Westwego, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Finstad, Samantha 

(Jamaica Plain, MA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Finucane, Zachary James 

(Waterbury, VT) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Firth, Jacqueline A 

(Yardley, PA) 

MD4, Medicine 

American Medical Student 

Association, Community 

Medicine Interest Group, 

Physicians for Human Rights 

Fisch, Paul J. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Fischer, Andrew Abraham 

(New York, NY) 

Junior, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Fischer, Jessica R. 

(Marthasville, MO) 

Junior, Religious Studies, Political 

Science 

Fischer, Mara Leigh 

(Merrick. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fischer-Valuck, Benjamin W. 

(Arvada, CO) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Fish, David Jonathan 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fishbone, Alexander D. 

(Princeton Junction, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fishbone, Lauren L. 

(Singer Island, FL) 

Senior. Marketing, Psychology 

Sigma Delta Tau, Alpha Kappa 

Psi - Professional Business 

Fraternity, Freeman Student 

Government 

Fisher. Caitlin C. 

(Peapack, NJ) 

Junior, Finance 

Fisher, Charlin 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Fisher, David B. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Fisher, Elizabeth Ann 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 



Fisher, Leonard K„ III 

(Luling, LA) 

2L, Law 

2L Class (Law School) 

Fisher, Ross S. 

(Southborough, MA) 

Junior, Business 

Fishman, David Adam 

(Hollywood, FL) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Fishman, Matthew David 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Finance 

Fishman, Samantha 

(Bryn Mawr, PA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Fitt, Robin M 

(Vallejo, CA) 

3L, Law 

Black Law Students Association 

Fitton, Conar P 

(Old Mystic, CT) 

MD4. Medicine 

Fitzharris, Lauren Frances 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

GM, International Health 

Fitzmorris, Jeanette G. 

(Folsom, LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies 

Fitzpatrick, Antonia Rena 

(Chicago, IL) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Fitzpatrick, Joshua B 

(Aurora, CO) 

3L, Law 

Fitzpatrick, Kyle 

(Mount Airy, MD) 

Junior, History 

Navy ROTC 

Fitzpatrick, Marissa K 

(Pittsford, NY) 

3L, Law 

Fix, Amanda 

(Larchmont, NY) 

Senior, Marketing 

Flaat, Mette 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Flaherty, Jonathan W. 

(Dansville, NY) 

Junior, History 

Flanagan, Margaret 

(Lake Mary, FL) 

IL, Law 

Flanders. Sarah B. 

(Dover, NH) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Flannery, Caitlin Ariel 

(Dayton, OH) 

Junior, French 

Flatau, Benjamin Joseph 

(Boothwyn, PA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Fleece, Molly E 

(Hoover, AL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fleischman, Amanda Blaine 

(Miami, FL) 

Senior, Psychology, Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi, Psychology Club, 

Dance 

Always our shining bright star. We 

stand tall with pride & joy. Love 

Mow, Alan and Jitlian 

Fleitman, Kira E 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol Biology, 

Cell and Molecular Biology 

Green Envy, Phi Sigma Pi Honor 

Society, Residential Review 

Board, Musical Theater Workshop 

We're so proud of you and all 

your accomplishments! Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Fleming, Jeffrey L. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 

Technology 



Fleming, Rodger Elliot 

(Orange Beach, AL) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. Pre-Medical 

Society, Biomedical Engineering 

Society, Residential Review Board 

Fletcher, Ashley 

(Leesville, LA) 

Senior, Contract Major 

Fletcher, Joseph M. 

(Memphis, TN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Flinn, Sean T. 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Junior, Accounting 

Flinn, Timothy 

(New Bedford, MA) 

Senior, History 

Flint, Mollie Merie 

(Oneida, NY) 

GM, Health 

Communication/Education 

Flood, Andrew J 

(Freeland, Ml) 

1 L, Law 

Flores, Angelica 

(Riverside, CA) 

Masters, International Health 

School of Public Health & 

Tropical Medicine SGA 

Flores, Joseph C 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

1 L, Law 

Florez-Gonzalez, Fernando 

GD, Historical Preserv. Intd Ph.D. 

Florindi, Marissa A. 

(Randolph, NJ) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Florine, Emily 

(Portland. OR) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Floryan, Margaret Jean 

(Jefferson, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Flotte, Claudia E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Applied Business 

Floyd, Andrea 

(New York, NY) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Floyd, Clayton Grant 

Junior, Undeclared 

Flurer. Monika Marie 

(Ozark. AL) 

Freshman, Business 

Flynn, Mariah Hope 

(Ponchatoula, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Flynt, Anna Elizabeth 

(Augusta, GA) 

3L, Law 

Fobes. David M 

(Huntington Beach, CA) 

Senior, Physics, Mathematics 

Society of Physics Students, 

National Society of Collegiate 

Fobes, Ellen Layden 

(Ambler, PA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Foderingham, Shelina Davis 

GM, Social Work 

Fogg, Carrie A 

(Brockport, NY) 

Senior, Psychology 

Who could ask for anything 

more! Congratulations and keep 

choosing to dance. Love ya 

Mom and Dad 

Foldi, Agnes 

LM, Law 

Foley, Daniel S., II 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Foley, Tyson 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Follett, Lauren H 

(W Springfield, MA) 

2L, Law 



Folse, Richard F. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Business 

Foltz, Rebecca F. 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Doctoral, Neuroscience 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students 

Fondren, Janice M 

(Pascagoula, MS) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Foney, Dana Miesha 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

GD, Psychology 

Fontenelle, Sarah A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Psychology 

Fontenette, Howard Joseph 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Liberal Arts 

Fontenot, Donald Dale 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Social Sciences 

Fontenot, Kevin Scott 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, History 

Fontenot, Maria C. 

(Mandeville., LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Fontenot, Philip 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fontenot, Valerie 

(Oscar, LA) 

Junior, French 

Foote, Troy 

(San Antonio, TX) 

GD. Latin American Studies 

Foraker, Jessica E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Neuroscience 

Ford, Brian Scott 

(Lexington, KY) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

Ford, Evelyn Rebecca 

(Salem, OR) 

GM, International Health 

Ford, Leslie Grace 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Junior, Finance 

Ford, Patricia K. 

(Neosho, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ford, Phillip 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Preservation Studies 

Foreman, Jeremy J. 

(Lucher, LA) 

Junior, Journalism 

Foreman, Mia 

(Laguna Woods, CA) 

GM, International Health 

Foret, Cynthia Ann 

(Bridge City, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

National Society of Collegiate 

Scholars 

Foret, Kim 

(Terrytown, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Foret, Lyle 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Foret, Robert Allen, Jr 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Forges, James Hebert, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Forly, James N 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Forman, Marc Jason 

(Scarsdale. NY) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Fornoff, Denise R. 

(Normal. IL) 

Junior, Economics 

Foronda, Claudia Nicole 

(Miami, FL) 

Masters, Architecture 



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Forster. Whitney S. 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy 

Forsyth, Amy J. 

(Garden City. Ml) 

Junior, English 

Forsyth, Eric B. 

(Upper Saddle River. NJ) 

Junior. Finance 

Forsythe, Keith 

(Hahnville. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fort Audrey Elizabeth 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, French 

Fort, Meredith 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Sophomore. Anthropology, 

English 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Newcomb 

College Senate 

Fortado, Justin M 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Forte. Erin K. 

(Thibodaux. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Forte, Matthew G. 

(Slidell. LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Fosberg. Jarrett Addison 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Computer Info 

Systems 

Fossier Derek Louis 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Economics 

Fossier, Paul 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

GM. Civil Engineering 

Fossum, Justin M 

(Lafayette, CA) 

2L. Law 

Foster, Carrie Ann 

(Phoenix, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Foster, Emily M 

(Columbia, MD) 

2L, Law 

Foster, Jordan Leigh 

(Goodlettsville, TN) 

Junior. History 

Foster, Kevin R 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Marketing, Management 

Foster, Rebecca A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Foster, Shonte Mia Creola 

(Slidell, LA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Society of Young Black Public 

Health Professionals 

Foster, Thomas B. 

(Ada, Ml) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Fotovat, Paul Amir 

(Trumbull, CT) 

Junior, Political Science 

Fowkes, Ashley S. 

(Quincy, MA) 

Junior. Sociology 

Fowler, Brooks David 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Delta Tau Delta, Jiu-Jitsu 

Fowler Bruce 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Fowler, Cristina Maria 

(New Orleans. LA) 

2L, Law 

Fowler Deva Patrice 

(San Diego. CA) 

Masters, Accounting 

Delta Sigma Theta. TU Volleyball 

Fowler, Joshua S 

(Gladstone. OR) 

MD3, Medicine 



Fowler, Stephen Christopher 

(Piano. TX) 

GM. Spanish 

Fox, Amy Elizabeth 

(High Point. NC) 

MD3, Medicine 

Fox, Catherine Culvahouse 

(Mcminnville, TN) 

Senior, French 

Fox, Charles M 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fox, Kiernan Hughes 

(Alpharetta, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fox, Leah A. 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Fox, Lisa A 

(Eden Prairie, MN) 

MD2, Medicine 

Fox, Mark S. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Parasitology 

Fox, Matthew S. 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Fraenkel, Samuel Alexander 

(Short Hills, NJ) 

Senior, Finance 

Fraijo, Andrew B. 

(Severn, MD) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Fraker, Jill A 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Fralinger, David J. 

(Hockessin, DE) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Frame, Kevin R. 

(Highlands Ranch, CO) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

Basketball 

Franca, Eric W. 

(Tampa, FL) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

France, Chretien Colby 

(Hammond, LA) 

Sophomore. Art History, Classical 

Studies 

WTUL 

Francingues, Scott Joseph 

(Madisonville, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Francis, Linda K. 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Francis, Ragan A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Franco Robin Amy 

(Montgomery, AL) 

2L, Law 

Franco. Stephanie Marie 

(Upland, CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Francois, Samantha 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Psychology 

Francois, Sergelynn 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Francucci. Samantha 

(Lynnfield. MA) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Frank. Aimee C. 

(Baptistown, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Frank, Andrew Paul 

(Nashville, TN) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Frank. Erik Thomas 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Frankel, David John 

(Phoenix. MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Frankel. Leslie A. 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior, Psychology 



Frankel. Lisa Michelle 
(Houston. TX) 
Junior, PELE 
Franklin, Jessica A. 
(Ivyland. PA) 

Freshman, Computer Science 
Franklin. Kathryn Colleen 
(Dallas. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 
Resident Review Board 
Frankola Kathryn Ann 
(Pittsburgh, PA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Catholic Center, Hullabaloo. 
Reily Center Employee 
Frantz, David C. 
(Newtonville, MA) 
Junior, Accounting 
Franz, Dan 
(St Louis, MO) 
Senior, Management 
Franz, Sarah Michaelene 
(Valporaiso, IN) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Franzone, Laura Marie 
(Aquebogue, NY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Frapart, Stephen Lewis 
(Piano. TX) 

Freshman, Management. 
Finance 

Tulane University Campus 
Programming. Student Alumni 
Ambassador, Tulane Investors 
Group, Family, Friends, Sports, 
Business, Travel, Wal-Mart 
Frascona, Richard P 
(Sunny Isles, FL) 
Junior. Philosophy 
Frase, John A 
(Pine Bluff. AR) 
3L, Law 

Fraser, Matthew D 
(New Orleans, LA) 
2L, Law 

Fraser, Paige Margaret 
(Houston, TX) 
Freshman, Biomedical 
Engineering 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Frasier, Jessi Lynn 
(Hague, NY) 

Junior, History, Linguistics 
Fray, Charles Richard 
(Spring, TX) 
GM, Executive MBA 
Frazier, Brittany Kathleen 
Masters, Anthropology 
Frazier. Denise T 
(Bellaire, TX) 

GM. Latin American Studies 
Frazier, Julianne M, 
(Lafayette. CA) 
Sophomore, Spanish 
Freeh, Kerry 
(Orlando. FL) 
Junior, Architecture 
Chi Omega, Soccer Club- 
Women's, Student Alumni 
Ambassador 
Frederic. Kyle Joseph 
(Gonzales, LA) 
GD, Chemical Engineering 
Frederick, Austina N 
(Gretna. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Fredericks, Corey A. 
(Orlando, FL) 
Junior. History 
Freebing. Kelsey A. 
(Memphis. TN) 
Senior. Classical Studies 
Freed Leah K. 
(Frederick. MD) 
Junior. Communication 
Freeland Nicole Marie 
(Leander, TX) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Freeman Andrew T. 
(Naples, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Tulane College Senate 



Freeman. Evan Michael 

(Morris Plains. NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Freeman. Parker St Clair 

(Winston-Salem. NC) 

GM. Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Freeman. Thomas C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Freeman. William 

(Broussard. LA) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Freiberg. Sharon Ann 

(Crownpoint, NM) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Freienmuth. Kaitlin J. 

(Excelsior, MN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Freire, Cristian Rodrigo 

GM. Executive MBA 

Freire, Cristian 

GM, Executive MBA 

Freitas, Alessandrina M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

French, Amber Leesa 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Sophomore. Pol Sci/lntemationol 

Relation, French 

World Affairs Forum, Pi Sigma 

Alpha. Tulane Spades 

Association 

French, Ariana 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Art History 

French, Peter J 

(Cypress. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

French, Suzanne 

(Spring. TX) 

1 L, Law 

Freshley, Catherine A. 

(Portland. OR) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Green Club. Runner's Club. 

Writing and Art 

Frey, Adam C 

(Elburn. IL) 

Senior. Computer Engineering 

Frey, Colby Quinn 

(Lafayette. LA| 

Senior. Philosophy 

Frey, Elaine S. 

(Newfields. NH) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Frey, Lori Ann 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Freydel Eduard 

(Owings Mills, MD) 

Senior. Finance 

Freyder Laurie Mccolloster 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, Epidemiology 

Frick, Adam James 

(Ligonier. IN) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Fridman Richter J. 

(Saint Louis. MO) 

Senior. Accounting 

Friedberg Samantha H. 

(Ardsley. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Friedman Arielle 

(Charleston. SC) 

Senior, Marketing 

Friedman David M. 

(New Rochelle. NY) 

Sophomore. Psychology. Political 

Science 

College Democrats. Pre-Law 

Society. Tau Beta Pi Honor 

Society. Roosevelt Institute 

Friedman Glenn A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

1 L. Law 

Friedman Jaclyn Ariel 

(Marietta. GA) 

Senior. Psychology 



Friedman. Jacqueline Zoe 

(Rowayton. CT) 

Junior Psychology 

Friedman. Jessica E. 

(Santa Barbara. CA) 

Senior. Communication. 

Anthropology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students. 

Communication Majors Soc i 

Friedman Jonathan Ross 

(Franklin. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Friedman Michael Lawrence 

(Roslyn EstoK 

Sophomore. English 

Friedman. Scott 

(Mobile. AL) 

GM. Pharmacology 

Friedmann, Joshua Levi 

(Columbus. GA) 

Junior. Psychology 

Frieh. Natalie Adele 

(Dallas. TX) 

Junior. Neuroscience 

Fries. Gregory W. 

(Centerport. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Fript Evan Paul 

(Katy, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Frisch. Jacob B 

(Nesconset. NY) 

2L. Law 

Fritts. Aaron H. 

(Columbus, OH) 

MD3. Medicine 

Fritz. Lauren 

(Atlanta. GA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Fritzsche Christopher F 

(Gamer. NC) 

MD2. Medicine 

Fritzshall Andrew M. 

(Buffalo Grove. IL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Froehlich John David 

(Wellington. FL) 

Senior. Medieval Studies 

To the Best. Good Luck and 

Congratulations. We Love You 

Mom and Dad 

Froelich Tami 

(Seattle. wa| 

GM. Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Frohlichslein David 

(Chesterfield. MO) 

Senior. Accounting 

Fromkin, Jillian Ban 

(Ft Lee. NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Frost Autumn L 

(Washington. DC) 

Masters. International 

Development 

Frotier De Bagneux Raphael M 

SPU. Business 

Fruge Bernard C III 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Fruzynski David m 

(Sonoma. CA) 

FYR. Archite. 

Fry Mary Whitney 

(Olothe. KS) 

GM. International Health 

Fryatt Eric 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Business 

Fu Hongyun 

(Kunming. YN) 

Doctoral. International Health 

International Student Association 

of Tulane. Tulane Chinese 

Students 8> Scholars 

Association(PRC) 

Fu, Jlamhong 

GD. Chemical Engineering 



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Fucci, Troy Lawrence 

(Covington, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Fuchs, Daniel Michael 

(Wayland, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fuentes, Gerardo 

GM, Executive MBA 

Fuentes, Joaquin 

(Kingwood, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Fugitt, Jessica Lauren 

(Fayetteville, AR) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fugler, James E 

(Des Allemands, LA) 

Sophomore, Computer Info 

Systems 

Fuhrman, Alex J. 

(Ridgewood, NJ) 

Junior, Economics 

Fujii. Takeshi 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fuller. Matthew Scott 

(Maryland Heights, MO) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Fuller, Serena 

(Mt. Prospect, IL) 

GM, International Health 

Fulmer, Thomas 

(Fort Smith, AR) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Fulton, Christine Elizabeth 

(Olathe, KS) 

Junior, Spanish 

Fulwiler, Joshua C. 

(Diamondhead, MS) 

Junior, PEMH 

Fung, Claire 

(Toronto, ON) 

MD1, Medicine 

Funk, Allyson Lorraine 

(Sewickley, PA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Funnell, Alexander Robin 

(Litchfield, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Furie, Joshua Adam 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Fusilier li, John 

(Marrero, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Fuson, Sarah L 

(Nashville. TN) 

3L, Law 

Fyssas, Angela 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM. Business 

Gabriel, Jourlande J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Gabriel, Lawrence Robert 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gaddis. Bethany Katharine 

(Tucson. AZ) 

GM, International Health 

Gaddy, Ira E 

(Gulfport. MS) 

MD4, Medicine 

Gafford. Farrah D 

(Garland, TX) 

GD, Sociology 

Gage, Alisa P. 

(Baker, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Gage, Leslie D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Architecture 

Gage, Thomas M 

(Waltham. MA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Gagliardi, John A. 

(Hasbrouck Heights, NJ) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Gagnon, John T 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 



Gahagan, Peter Martin 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Gaige, Laura 

(Cantield, OH) 

Senior, Psychology 

Gaillot, Susan L 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Gailushas, Shane A 

(Orem, UT) 

MD2, Medicine 

Gajee, David S. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Galang, Romeo Regi, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters. Maternal And Child 

Health. Public Health - 

Epidemiology 

Galardi, Joseph Anthony 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, PELE 

Galiguis, Jason Hernandez 

(Ashland. MA) 

Senior, Environmental Studies, 

Chemistry 

Galindo, Juanita 

Junior, Marketing 

Galjour, Jennifer Leigh 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Medical School - 2nd year, 

Community Medicine Interest 

Group, Rudolph Matas Surgical 

Society 

Galkowski, Susan Lee 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies 

(BGS) 

Gall, Bradley Robert 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Computer Info 

Systems 

Gallagher. Hayley Drew 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gallagher, Theresa Ann 

(Rhinelander, Wl) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Gallaspy, Allison Faith 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Freshman, Biological Chemistry 

Residential Review Board 

Gallegos, Ann-Marie 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

2L, Law 

Gallen, Thomas B 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Rugby Club-Men's, Graduate 

and Professional Students 

Association, American Medical 

Association - Medical Student 

Section 

Galloway, Jeffrey Sutton 

(Katy, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Galloway, John Michael 

(Cordova, TN) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Galloway, Kyle Joseph 

(Greer, SC) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Galluzzo. James J. 

(New Orleans,, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Gamble, Aundrea L 

(Tulsa, OK) 

2L. Law 

Gamble. Lena J 

(Washington, DC) 

Graduate, Molecular & Cellular 

Biology 

Christian Medical and Dental 

Society, Student National 

Medical Association, Flag 

Football, American Medical 

Student Association 



Gamwell. Brennan 

(Huntsville, AL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gandhi, Nina M. 

(Libertyville. IL) 

Junior, Spanish, Psychology 

Green Wave Ambassadors, Phi 

Sigma Pi Honor Society, Indian 

Association of Tulane University, 

Asian American Students United 

Gangi, Alexander Eastman 

(Mt Pleasant, SC) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Hey Alex! We are so glad you are 

back at Tulane! Love, Mom & 

Dad 

Ganguli, Roshmi 

(San Jose, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

We are very proud of you, all the 

best from Mom. Dad, Shannon & 

Charlemagne 

Ganguzza, Lisa Rose 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Communication, 

Environmental Studies 

Ganji, Sumitha Santhoshini 

(Harahan, LA) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Gansheimer, Sara B 

(Palo Alto. CA) 

3L, Law 

Ganter, Lindsay Hope 

(Millburn, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gao, Hong 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Gao, Zhijie 

GM, Executive MBA 

Garber, Douglas Scott 

(East Hills, NY) 

Senior, Finance, Economics 

Garcia, Andrew J. 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Junior, History 

4 in 4! Bravo on Academic /Team 

dedication and compassion 

through Katrina Love, Mom, Dad 

& Bros 

Garcia, Carlos Augusto 

(Severna Park, MD) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Garcia, Hugo 

(Rio Blanco, VE) 

Doctoral, Literature. History 

Ultimate Frisbee Club, Volleyball 

Club 

Garcia, Mayra A. 

(Middlebury, IN) 

Junior. Management 

Garcia, Randy Lawrence 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Garcia, Robert 

(Tenafly. NJ) 

Junior, Finance 

Garcia, Sara lliana 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Garcia, Sara Judith 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Garcia-Tosi, Rosalind 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Gardella, Layne P. 

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gardner, Jerad M 

(Navarre, FL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Gardner. John E. 

(Seattle, WA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gardner, Lisa D. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Gardner, Whitney C. 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Art History 



Garff, Malachi Monique 

(Bethel, CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Garfield, Kevin Andrew 

(Glenview, IL) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Garfinkel, Abbe N 

(Mandeville, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Garg, Rishu 

GM. Epidemiology 

Gargas. Jordan Joseph 

(Lebanon, NJ) 

Senior. Architecture. Chemical 

Engineering 

Golfing and Sports 

Garibaldi, Veronica A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Garman, Allison P. 

(Palos Verdes, CA) 

Junior, Communication, French 

Green Wave Ambassadors, Chi 

Omega, WTUL 

Garnepudi, Kevin 

(The Woodlands, TX) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Garner, George Joseph 

(Smyrna, GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Garner, Neysa Z 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Garner, Samuel Tate 

(Rome, GA) 

Senior, Information Systems 

Garnett, Tanya A 

(Monrovia, Liberia) 

GM, International Development 

Garrett, Geona 

(Folsom. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Garrett, Harper L. 

(Ridgewood, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Garrett, Jonathan C, Jr 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Garrett, Michael A. 

(Powder Spring, GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Garrett, Raymond A. 

(Marietta. GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Garris, Marisha 

(Honolulu, HI) 

Sophomore, Applied Business 

Garrison, Amber 

(Nantucket, MA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Garry, Deirdre I 

(Newton, MA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Garvey, Eileen Elizabeth 

(Hoffman Estates, IL) 

1 L, Law 

Gary, Tamar liana 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Garza, Cynthia M. 

(New Orleans, TX) 

GD, Latin American Studies 

Garza, Zachary Aaron 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gashy, Koda Alexander 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Junior, Finance 

Gass, Denise Marie 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

Senior, Communication 

Gately, Todd C 

(Davie, FL) 

1 L, Law 

Gates, Christopher J. 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gates, Dustin M 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Gathen, Shantel D 

(Sachse, TX) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Gathro Mollie K. 

(West Springfield, MA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Gatto, Emily Nicole 

(Blue Bell, PA) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Pi Beta Phi, Residence Hall 

Association 

Gatz, Jennifer Jean 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM. Business 

Gaudet, Genevieve L. 

(Ponchatoula, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Gaufin, Thaidra A 

(Madera. CA) 

GD, Microbiology/Immunology 

Gaus, Kelly L. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Gauthier, Jessica L. 

(Shoreline, WA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gautreau, Melanie C. 

(Gozales, LA) 

GM. Preservation Studies 

Gaver, Justine Elizabeth 

(Petersburg, NJ) 

Sophomore, Anthropology, 

African and African Diaspora 

Stud. 

Gaw, Heather Janis 

(Staten Island, NY) 

I L, Law 

Gay, Lauren E. 

(Athens, GA) 

Freshman, Communication, 

Management 

Kappa Alpha Theta, CACTUS, 

Housing and Residence Life 

Review Board 

Gay, Mickael 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Gaye, Kara Lynn 

GM, International Health 

Gazley, Lisa A. 

(Winnetka, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gaztambide. Maria Cristina 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Latin American Studies 

Gebbia, Rick 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Business 

Gebrelul, Naomi Tebletz 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gecan, Alex N. 

(Princeton, NJ) 

Senior, English 

Gee, Julie O 

(Yaphank, NY) 

GD, Business 

Gee, Kyle Richard 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Senior, Political Science, 

Psychology 

Gee, Rachel C 

(Jackson, WY) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Sociology 

Gelbard, Alexander H 

(Sherman Oaks, CA) 

MD4. Medicine 

Gelhardt, Craig Ryan 

(Tallahassee. FL) 

Sophomore, Information Systems 

TU Football, Tulane Christians 

Gelis. Daniel M. 

(Seattle, WA) 

Senior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy, History 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Gelman, Preston 

(Dix Hills, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gelter, Andrew Michel 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Sophomore, History 



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Genet, Martin H 
(North Miami Beach. FL) 
2L. Law 

Geneva. Laurie Michelle 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. International Health 
Genre, Charles T. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. Social Work 
Gentry, Matthew Nicholas 
(Birmingham. AL) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Geotfray, Kami Elizabeth 
(Franklin. LA) 
1 L. Law 

Public Interest Law Foundation, 
LAMBDA Law Alliance, Law 
Women's Association 
George. Anita Noor 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior, Biomedical Engineering 
Green Wave Ambassadors. 
Green Envy 
George, Demetra M. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
George, Jesse S 
(New Orleans. LA) 
!L. Law 

George Paul E. 
(St. Charles. MO) 
Junior, Biomedical Engineering 
George. Sharon 
(Piano. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Gerald. Grace Lucta 
(Pelham. NY) 
Sophomore. Psychology 
Field Hockey Club. Soccer Club- 
Women's, Women In Science 
Gerber, Clifford Brent 
(East Brunswick, NJ) 
Junior, Marketing 
Gerber, Deanna 
(New City. NY) 
Senior, Neuroscience 
Gerin, Annick 

(Saint Jean D'Ardieres. France) 
SPU. Cognitive Studies 
International Student Association 
of Tulane 

Gerlach, Samanlha L 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD. Ecology & Evol Biology 
Gerling. Gwen L 
(Shawnee. KS) 
3L. Law 

German, David M. 
(Seattle, WA) 

Sophomore, History. Cell and 
Molecular Biology 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Gerner, Gus Charles 
(Manhasset, NY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Gernhauser, David Walter. Jr 
(New Orleans. LA) 
1L. Law 

Gerrity, Joseph Warren 
(Niskayuna. NY) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Gershen, Mallory Elizabeth 
(Bellaire. TX) 

Junior. Pol Sci/Am Politics & 
Policy 

Gershen Sara Joanna 
(Plainview. NY) 
Sophomore. English 
Gerson Jessica 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Gerstein, Daniel Paul 
(Wynnewood, PA) 
Sophomore. Finance 
Gerstenecker. Rose Ann 
(Holbrook, MA) 

Junior. Psychology, Art History 
Residence Hall Association 
Gerth Molly A. 
(Half Moon Bay. CA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 



Gertler, Josh Estis 

(New Orleans. LA) 

IL. Law 

Tulane Real Estate Law Society 

Getachew, Emmanuel 

Junior. Communication 

Getman. Aaron Joseph 

(White Plains. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Getman, Stephen C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. Anthropology 

Gewlnner, Nicole M 

(Houston, TX) 

3L, Law 

Ghaffar Mahroos 

(Fairfax, VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Ghere, James Alan 

(Chehalis, WA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Ghere, Mary Catherine 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Giamoni. Lisa M 

(Marlton, NJ) 

1 L, Law 

Giangrosso, Lena D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L. Law 

Business Law Society, Tulane 

Environmental Law Society, 

Tulane Environmental Law 

Journal 

Giardina, Loren 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Legal Studies in 

Business 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Gymnastics Club 

Giardina, Megan Elise 

(Gretna. LA) 

Sophomore, Accounting. 

Management 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity 

Gibbins, Aliska L. 

(Waggaman. LA) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Gibbons. Amanda Jane 

(Needham, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gibbons, Caitlin Elizabeth 

(Greenlawn, NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gibson, Andrew J. 

(Crofton. MD) 

Freshman, Political Science 

College Democrats, Lacrosse 

Club-Men's 

Gibson, Andrew M 

(Folsom, CA) 

3L, Law 

Gibson, Anne 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Gibson, Billy Ray. Jr 

(Chalmette. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gibson. Daniel J 

(Andover. MA) 

3L. Law 

Gibson Kevin 

(Charlotte. NC) 

GM. Business 

Gibson Rebecca P. 

(Abingdon. VA) 

Masters. Social Work 

Gicewicz, Adam D. 

(Buskirk. NY) 

Junior. Neuroscience 

Giddings. James R 

(Westerly. Rl) 

MD2. Medicine 

Medical School - 2nd year. 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Sec 

Gidiere Andrew Parke 

(Montgomery. AL) 

Freshman, Political Science. 

Asian Studies 

WTUL 



Giffen, Robert Carlisle 

(Annapolis. MD) 

Junior. History 

Gigllottl, Matthew J 

(Kansos City. MO) 

3L. Law 

Gilbert, Harvey John. Jr 

(Savannah. GA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kappa Alpha Order. Psi Chapter. 

College Democrats 

Gilbert. Patrick James 

(Thibodaux, LA) 

GM. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Gilberti. Kayla F 

(Metairie, LA) 

3L. Law 

Gilbreath. Tara J. 

(Covington, TN) 

IL. Law 

IL Class (Law School) 

Gilchrist, Corey Elizabeth 

(Latham. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Giles. Marco D 

(Little Rock. AR) 

GD, Chemistry 

Gilg, Nicole J 

(Omaha, NE) 

MD1, Medicine 

Gill, Danielle Claire 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Gill. Douglas W. 

(Boonton Twp., NJ) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gill. Jag S. 

(Tulsa. OK) 

Doctoral. Health Systems 

Management 

Gill, Waltus Hughes, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Gillan, Courtney E. 

(East Lyme. CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gillan, Zelda M. 

(Gretna. LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 

Gillentine, Alicia Dawne 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Gillespie, Colin T. 

(Westport, CT) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gillette, Pamela L 

(Cave Creek, AZ) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Gilliam, Chelsea L. 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gilliam, Rebecca A 

(Oak Ridge. TN) 

3L. Law 

Gillies. David E. 

(Hillsboro. OR) 

Sophomore, Studio Art, 

Environmental Studies 

Gillilan, Erin Michelle 

(Marietta, GA) 

Junior. Art Studio. Physics 

Soundwave. Tulane Marching 

Band 

Gillin, Kelly Ann 

(Oviedo. FL) 

GM. International Health 

Gillis. Heather J 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Social Work 

Gillis Sean Steven 

(Jewett. IL) 

Freshman. Finance 

Good Luck at Tulanel We are so 

proud of you! Mom and Dad 

Gillum, Tanya Marie 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Junior. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Gilly Emily Seyburn 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Digital Design 



Gilmartin. Casey Suzanne 
(Atlanta. GA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Incredible year.. .incredible 
school.Jncredible young 
woman.... 
Gllmore. JennKer A 
(Greenwood Lake. NY) 
3L. Law 

Gllmore. Joshua Paul 
(Las Vegas. NV) 

Senior. Mathematics. Psychology 
Gllmore. Motthew Ian 
(Ashland. OR) 

Freshman. Civil Engineering 
Gllmore. Renee I 
(Metairie. LA) 
GD. Neuroscience 
Gilmore, Ryan J. 
(Glen Carbon. IL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Gilson, Erin E 
(Concord. NC) 
1 L. Law 

Tulane University Legal Assistance 
Program. Human Rights Law 
Society. Criminal Law Society. 
International Law Society 
Giraldo Jaime Alberto 
(Coconut Creek. FL) 
Senior. Biomedical Engineering 
Girard Michael 
GD, Biomedical Engineering 
Giresi, Brad A. 
(West Chester, PA) 
Masters. Architecture 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students 
Gismondi, Christopher M. 
(Westfield. NJ) 
Senior. PHLM 

Law and Philosophy, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, College 
Republicans 

Congratulations Christopher. We 
Love You 
Gitlitz, Joshua A. 
(Aspen. CO) 
Junior. Finance 
Giudice. Jeff A. 
(Albuquerque. NM) 
Junior. Marketing 
We're very proud of you! Follow 
your dreams/keep following your 
heart. We love you! Mom. Dad, 
Mike & Laure 
Giust Sorrentino. Roberto 
Domingo 

(New York City. NY) 
Senior. Latin American Studies 
Givens. Victoria Brighton 
(Houma. LA) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 
Biology. Italian 

TU Women's Swim & Diving. TU 
Women's Swim & Diving 
Those who quif never knew how 
close to success they were. The 
road was tough, but you suc- 
ceeded. 
Glaser Brian C. 
(Wobum. MA) 
Junior. Art Studio 
Glaser David A. 
(Elmont. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 
Soccer Club-Men's. Flag Football. 
Zeto Psi 

Glasgow Heather 
(Bedford. NH) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Glass Jesse Miller 
(Philly. PA) 

Sophomore. Political Economy 
Water Ski Club Soccer Club- 
Men's 

Glass Shane Richard 
(Walnut Creek. CA) 
Senior. Marketing 
Glassman Kathryn 8. 
(Germantown. TN) 
Senior Legal Studies 



Glassmeyer. Stephanie G. 

■=. TN) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Glazer. Breeze Pascal 

fk City. NY) 
Masters. A/chiteo 
Glazer. Savannah R. 

, NJ) 
Junior ' 

Gleoson Jeffrey Callahan 
(Chagrin Falls. OH) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Hume 

Gleiberman. Aaron Matthew 
(Parkland. FL) 
Junior. English 

Gleichman. Louisa Brennielle 
(Roswell. GA) 
Sophomore. Unde' 
Gleim. Blossom Breanna 
(Vandalia. OH) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Glenn Kristin Margaret 
(West Plains. MO) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Glenn Nene V. 
(Houston. TX) 
Junior. Business 
Glenn. Peter Armstrong 
(Houston. TX) 
Senior. Pofit-Econ/lntl 
Perspectives 
You're the best!! 
Glenn. Wade R. 
(Old Town. ME) 
GD. Anthropology 
Glenney Jill Anne 
(Lexington. KY) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Glennon, Maura E. 
(River Ridge. LA) 
GM. Social Work 
Glick Jennifer Lauren 
(Dresher. PA) 
Masters. International He 
Glickman Courtney Ann 
(New York City. NY) 
Senior. Philosophy 
We are so proud of you. good 
fuck in LA.' Lots of love Mom. 
Don .Keith. Daniel, and Nota "e. 
Glindmeyer, Henry William. IV 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Biomedical Engineering 
Glindmeyer Stephen Edward 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Architecture 
Glodowski Michele Brett 
(Dix Hills. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 
Glodowski Seth David 
(Dix Hills. NY) 

Senior. Pol Sci/lntemational 
Relation 

Glorieux. Philip Z. 
(Ambler. PA) 
Junior. Philosophy 
Glossop Donald Lee 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Glotser Alex L 
(New Orleans. LA| 
Freshman. Cell and Motecutar 
Biology 
Glotser Phillip 
(Metairie. LA) 
Senior. Psychology 
Glover Chanel E 
(Atlanta. GA) 
2L. Law 

Glover-Brown Michelle 
(Medford. NY) 

I -iic Health - 
Environmental Health Science 
School of PubSc Health & 
Tropical Medicine SGA. Scuba 
Diving. Skiing. Tennis. Horseback 
Riding 

Mission Accomp :ame 

Home From Iraq. C 
has the Mosfers.'.' t 
Michelle. 



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Glunn, Abigail R. 

(Madison, Wl) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Glustrom, Alexander John 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gnad, Matthew Joseph 

(Kinnelon. NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Gnatt, Randall Lawrence 

(Potomac, MD) 

3L, Law 

Gniadecki, Stephen J. 

(Oak Forest, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gnutti, Lauren Scott 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Marketing 

Godsman, Laura N. 

(Bow, NH) 

Senior, History 

Goebel, Matthew A. 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior, Management 

Goedewaagen, Megan 

(Sonoma, CA) 

Junior, Contract Major, History 

Goertz, Amanda J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Goeschel, Christine 

(Lansing, Ml) 

Doctoral, Health Systems 

Management 

Gotf, Travis C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Goforth, William Rembert Henry 

(Millington, TN) 

Senior, PHLM 

Delta Tau Delta, Pre-Law Society 

Goitia, Matthew 

(Riverridge, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Golay, Annabelle 

GD, French 

Golcher, Federico Xavier 

(San Jose, Costa Rica) 

GM. Civil Engineering 

Gold, Lisa H. 

(Longwood, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gold, Vail Evan 

(Saratoga Springs, NY) 

Freshman, Management 

Goldberg, Alexander 

(Miami, FL) 

Senior, Finance 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Goldberg, Evan M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Goldberg, Jason 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

History 

Goldberg, Jonathan B 

(Lansdale, PA) 

2L. Law 

Goldberg, Joseph E. 

(Flossmoor, IL) 

Senior, Sociology 

We all love you very much! Mom, 

Dad, Shana and Liza 

Goldberg, Libbie Leigh 

(Ossining, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Goldberg, Philip S. 

(Columbia, SC) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Golden, Emily B 

(Chesterfield, VA) 

GD, Chemistry 

Golden, Lane W. 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Spanish, 

International Development 

Golden, Rebecca L 

(Houston, TX) 

GD, Anthropology 

Goldenberg, Amy Meryl 

(Salem, MA) 

Junior, Sociology 



Goldenberg, Neal Benjamin 

(Chesterfield, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Goldenberg, Robert Tyler 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Goldfarb, Matthew Ryan 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Goldfine, Adam Solomon 

(Mahapac, NJ) 

Junior, Philosophy 

Goldfine, Amy Laurel 

(Marin County, CA) 

Masters, Management, 

Information Systems 

WTUL 

Goldman, Allison Rose 

(Weston, MA) 

Sophomore, Spanish 

Goldman, Amanda Michiko 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Goldman, Bethany 

(Westfield. NJ) 

Senior, Marketing 

Goldman, Liat 

MD3, Medicine 

Goldman, Tanya L. 

(Valley Stream, NY) 

Freshman, History, 

Communication 

Goldsmith, Felicia R. 

(Oceanside, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Fencing Club, Karate Club, 

Tulane Anime and Manga 

Society 

Goldstein. Elizabeth 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Goldstein, Emily Faith 

(Hidden Hills. CA) 

Sophomore, Art History 

Goldstein, Gregory Eli 

(New York, NY) 

Senior. Communication 

Goldstein, Jonathan Blake 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Goldstein, Mark A 

(Reisterstown, MD) 

MD2, Medicine 

Goldstein, Michael Frank 

(St Louis, MO) 

GM, Finance 

Golikeri, Rita Sudhir 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science. 

Spanish 

Indian Association of Tulane 

University, Pre-Medical Society, 

Basketball 

Goltche, Jennifer 

(Great Neck, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Golwala, Neel Hemant 

(Desoto, TX) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Gomes. Brandon Paul 

(Fall River, MA) 

Senior, Finance 

Gomez, David A. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Congratulations! We are so 

proud of you! Love, Mom & Dad 

Gomez, Gabriel G. 

(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gomez, Michael E 

(Miami, FL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Gomez de Rosas, Cristina 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Gongo, Ramadhani Ahamadi 

(Malinyi. TZ) 

GM, International Health 



Gonsoulin, John David 

(Metairie, LA) 
MD2, Medicine 
Gontar, Daniel P. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Gonul, Hasan Halil 
(Ankara, Turkey) 
Masters. Accounting 
Gonzales, Ross B. Jr 
(Arabi, LA) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 
American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers 
Gonzales, Ryan B. 
(Arabi, LA) 
Freshman, Finance 
Gonzalez, Jason Matthew 
(Tampa, FL) 
Junior, English 
Gonzalez, Jennifer 
(Miami, FL) 
Senior, Finance 
Gonzalez, Jonathan 
(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 
Technology 
Gonzalez, Juan L. 
(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 
Sciences 

Gonzalez, Kristofer A. 
(Mesquite, TX) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Gonzalez, Steven M 
(Kenner, LA) 
2L, Law 

Gonzalez-Caver, Erika Lewis 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD, Earth & Environmental 
Sciences 

Gonzalez-Villalobos, Romer 
GD, Physiology 
Gooch, Andree Katherine 
(Lafayette, LA) 
Freshman, Biomedical 
Engineering 
Good, Jennifer L 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Architecture 
Good, Jonathan R. 
(Bradenton, FL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Goodall. Gregory T 
2L, Law 

Goode, Lauryn 
(Owings Mills, MD) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Pi Beta Phi, Lacrosse Club- 
Women's, Soccer 
Goode, Robert Kendrick, Jr 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Goodin, John 
(Versailles, KY) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 
Goodman, Allison Stacy 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Latin American Studies 
Goodman, Daniel Yale 
(Bellmore, NY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Goodman, Jennifer Anne 
(Clearwater, FL) 
3L, Law 

Goodman, Kristen Lynn 
(Harrison, NY) 

Senior, Accounting, Finance 
Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 
Business Fraternity, Tennis Club, 
Ice Hockey 
Goodwin, Brett 
(Durham, NC) 
MD1, Medicine 
Goodwin, Jeffrey David 
(Rochester, NY) 
Senior, Political Science 
Goodwin, Mary L 
(Gautier, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 



Goodworth, Robyn N 

(Covington, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Goosby, Joseph L. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Gordh, Cody Lewis 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gordon, Amy M 

(Pulaski, TN) 

MD2, Medicine 

Gordon, Audrey 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior, Spanish 

Gordon, David S. 

(Coral Springs, FL) 

Senior, Accounting 

Gordon, Hilary E 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Gordon, Jennifer F. 

(Hammond, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gordon, Jessica Nicole 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Musical Theatre 

Gordon, Kimberly A 

(Reisterstown, MD) 

MD4. Medicine 

Gordon, Lyrae Nadine 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gordon, Matthew Mclane 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Junior, Finance 

Gordon, Melissa L. 

(Briarcliff Manor, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gordon-Williams, Jacqueline 

Marie 

(Luling, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Tulane University Paralegal 

Association 

Gore, Ethan 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Senior, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Gorham, Jessica 

(Dalton, PA) 

GM, International Health 

Gorman, Serena A. 

(Harpers Ferry, WV) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gorney, Megan Sarah 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Goro, Jeremy Jordan 

(Oceanside, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gorstein, Zackary A. 

(Mount Pleasant, SC) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gorzoch, Natalia Maria 

(New Britain, CT) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Gosney, Amber F 

(Lucas, TX) 

2L, Law 

Gossen, Travis Michael 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gossett, Scott Michael 

(Sulphur, LA) 

GD, French 

Gostin, Jessica L. 

(Woodstock, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gottfried. William H. 

(New Hope, PA) 

Sophomore. History 

Gottheim, Paul Steven 

(Ardsley, NY) 

Junior, Business 

Gottlinger, Heidrun 

Junior, Finance, Management 

Gougoumanova, Guergana 

Nikol 

(Whittier, CA) 

GD, French 

Gould, Amanda Elizabeth 

(Mamaroneck, NY) 

Junior, Psychology 



Gould, Courtney Anne 

(Farmington, CT) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Gould, Ryan Kierkegaard 

(Everett, WA) 

Fourth Year Med, Medicine 

Medical Military Student 

Association, THIS 

Goulde, Theresa R 

(Amherst, VA) 

3L, Law 

Goulet, David 

Junior, Finance 

Govier, Karen Patricia 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior. Social Sciences 

Gowin, Paige Ariel 

(Greeley, CO) 

Junior, Psychology 

Goyette, Tim W. 

(Shady Side. MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Grabill, Jeremy T 

(New Holland, PA) 

3L, Law 

Grabowski, Christa J 

(Grand Rapids, Ml) 

GM, International Development 

Grace, Anne Ransdell 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Tulane Entrepreneurs Association 

Grace, Bryan L. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Grace, Stephanie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Accounting 

Grady, Amie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Graefe, Mary Kathleen 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Junior, History 

Grafft, James J. 

(Janesville, Wl) 

Junior, Architecture 

Graham, Andrew Tyler 

(Kingwood, TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Graham, Anne M. 

(Rockville, MD) 

FYR, Architecture 

Graham, Elizabeth Baxter 

(Summit, NJ) 

Sophomore, Consumer Behavior 

- Marketing, Management 

Pi Beta Phi 

Graham, Forest Fory 

(Austin, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Graham, John Oliver, Jr 

(Milwaukee, Wl) 

Senior, Finance, Spanish 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity 

Graham, Judie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies 

Graham, Katheryn Diann 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Graham, Kimberly Rovira 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Graham, Matthew Burton 

(Gibson Island, MD) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Graham, Meisha K 

(Hollywood, FL) 

MD2, Medicine 

Alpha Kappa Alpha, School of 

Public Health & Tropical 

Medicine SGA, Student National 

Medical Association 

Graham-Jones, Blythe Alison 

(Norfolk, CT) 

Junior, Communication 

Gramcko, Jessica T. 

(Hermosa Beach, CA) 

Masters, Architecture 



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Grand, Matthew M 
(Jericho. NY) 
Junior, Finance 
Grandpre, Nicole Marie 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Granier, Sean V. 
(Luling. LA) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 
Engineering 

Air Force Reserve Oflicer Training 
Corp, Fencing Club. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
Arnold Air Society 
Gransberry, Dustln Gregory Max 
(Sammamish. WA) 
Senior. Finance 
Grant, Ashton Kena 
(St. James. LA) 
GM. Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Grant Donald Dana 
(Cary. IL) 

GD. Health Systems 
Management 
Grant, Justin David 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Grant, Raquel C. 
(Potomac. MD) 
Senior, Communication 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Grant, Tasha 
(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Communication 
Grant, Teoka 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Assoc. Human 
Resource Mngt 
Grant, Timothy H 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM, International Development 
Graphia, Nicole L. 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
GM, Social Work 
Grosser Arlene Augusta 
(Wallingford, CT) 
Freshman, Spanish 
Congratulations! You're back at 
Tulone. Best W/sfies from every- 
one. Love. Mom & Dad 
Grate, Jack Richard, III 
(Kansas City, MO) 
Junior, English 

Muslim Educational and Cultural 
Committee for Awareness, Men 
of Color. Ballroom Dance Club. 
Cheerleading 
Gratian, Christopher C 
(Modesto, CA) 
MD1. Medicine 
Pi Beta Phi 
Grau Diez, Manuel 
GD, Philosophy 
Graves, Jordan Elizabeth 
(Saint Louis. MO) 
Fifth-Year Prog. Architecture 
Graves, Kristin Adele 
(Sugar Land. TX) 
Junior. French 
Graves, Megan Joan 
(Gretna. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Gravolet, Herman Louis 
(Belle Chasse. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Gray Andrew Reed 
(Mclean. VA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Gray, Kasi C 
(Frisco. TX) 
2L, Law 

Gray, Lashon Marie 
(Mesquite. TX) 
Senior. Organizational Info 
Technology 
Gray, Michelle Laree 
(Folsom. CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Gray Ryan Joseph 
(Kenner, LA) 
Freshman, Chemical Engineering 



Gray Ryan M 

(Oak Forest. IL) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Gray, Thomas Boze 

(St Petersburg. FL) 

Sophomore. English 

Grebe. James C. 

(Bay City. TX) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Greco. Anthony J 

(Lafayette. LA) 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Greear. Amanda Michelle 

(Florence, MS) 

Junior, Journalism 

Green, Alexander 

(Harvey, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Green, Anthony G. 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Green, Ashley Ann 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Post Baccalaure. Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Green, Corey Harrison 

(Omaha, NE) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Zeta Beta Tau, American Institute 

of Architecture Students, 

Architecture Student Body 

Green, Dallis L 

(Marrero, LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Green, Daniel Ariel 

(Austin, TX) 

Sophomore, Legal Studies in 

Business 

Lacrosse Club-Men's. Water Ski 

Club 

Green, Gerard M. 

(Luling. LA) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Green, Kristen L. 

(Kenner. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Green, Lauren Elizabeth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

Green, Lisa Eve 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Senior. Individually Designed 

Major, Mathematics 

TU Cross Country /Track 

Green, Michael P. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Business 

Green, Molly Dinham 

(Gulf Shores. AL) 

Freshman, Political Economy, 

Communication 

Chi Omega 

Green, Torrance Tremayne 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Green, Yakima K 

(Bridge City. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Greenbaum, Aaron B 

(New Orleans. LA) 

IL. Law 

Greenbaum, Malinda 

(Marietta. GA) 

Senior. Marketing 

Greenberg Adam J. 

(Westlake Village. CA) 

Freshman. PELE 

Greenberg, Cindy 

(Roslyn. NY) 

IL. Law 

I L Class (Law School) 

Greenberg, Erin M. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Junior. Computer Science 

Greenberg, Jeffrey S, 

(Palm City. FL) 

Junior. PELE 

Greenblatt Howard R. 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



Greene, Caroline Louise 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Junior. Psychology 

Greene. Darcy Lynn 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Greene. Patrice A 

(Opelousas, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Greene, Sherrell Elizabeth 

Senior, Business 

Greenfield, Erin L 

(Maryville, TN) 

3L, Law 

Christian Legal Society, Tulane 

Moot Court Board. International 

Law Society 

Greenfield, Nikki Alexandra 

(Weston, FL) 

Junior, Sociology. Management 

Delta Xi Nu. Hillel, Tulane 

Marching Band. Campus 

Celebrity 

Greenhill, Kaitlin F. 

(Winnetka. IL) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Greenspan, Joshua B. 

(Montara, CA) 

Senior, Spanish 

Greenwald, Charles Ivan 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Business, French 

Greenwald Jason Michael 

(E. Rockaway, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Greenwalt, Andrew Roger 

(Mandeville, LA) 

GM, Biomedical Engineering 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service 

Greenwell, Brett Joseph 

(Louisville. KY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Greeson, Jennifer C 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Gregor, Timothy Victor 

(Riverside, CT) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gregory Edward J. 

Senior, Undeclared 

Gregory, Glen Michael 

(Fairhope, AL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gregory, Ian Marc 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Architecture 

Grehan, Julia Potts 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Greif, Jordan King 

(Austin, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Greifinger, Daniel 

(Short Hills, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Greim, Adam William 

(Alpharetta. GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Greiman, Nora C. 

(University, MO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gremillion, Darrell C 

(Diamondhead. MS) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Social Sci 

Gremillion, Kevin J 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Masters. Accounting 

Graduate Business Council. 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association. Net impact 

Gremillion Ryan Nicholas 

(Jarreau. LA) 

IL. Law 

Grenier Gabrielle 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Grenon Dustyn 

(Harahan. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Gresens, Joseph C 

(La Crosse, Wl) 

MD2, Medicine 

Gresham, Claire H 

(Harrison. AR) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gressett. Timothy 

(Treasure Island. FL) 

Senior, English 

Grew, David 

(West Hartford. CT) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Grldley. Kothryn R. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Architecture. Finance 

Architecture Student Body. 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students. Indoor 

Soccer. Softball. Outdoor Soccer 

Griener, David Nicholas. Jr 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Griener, Grayden G. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Griep, Jennifer A 

(Havana, FL) 

2L. Law 

Grier, Alexander Kennedy 

(Far Hills, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Griffin, Carlotta C. 

(Forest Hills, NY) 

Junior, Philosophy. Political 

Science 

Griffin, Clarence Charles J 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Griffin, Jennifer 

GD, Anthropology 

Griffin. Lezlie A 

(Wetumpka, AL) 

2L. Law 

Griffin, Linsey 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, International Development 

Griffin, Matthew Everett 

(Abbeville, LA) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology. Music 

Tulane-Newcomb Choir 

Griffin, Raymond Morris 

(Lafitte, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Griffin, Robyn R 

(Marksville. LA) 

3L. Law 

Law and Sexuality. Black Law 

Students Association. LAMBDA 

Law Alliance. Law Women's 

Association 

Griffin, Ryan Patrick 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Griffith. Keisha N 

(Diberville. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Griffith, Lis N. 

(Amarillo. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Griffith, Michael F 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. English 

Griffith Michael L 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Griffith Morgan C 

(Santa Barbara. CA) 

Senior. Marketing 

Griffith Susan 

(Amarillo. TX) 

Senior, Sociology 

I am so proud of you and know 

that your future is unlimited. Love. 

Mom 

Griffith Susan 

Senior. Sociology 

Griffiths Brittany 

(Maitland. FL) 

Junior. Environmental 

Geoscience. Environmental 

Studies 

Tulane Equestrian Club 



Griffiths. Tyler A. 

(S Burtinglon. VT) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Grigas, Megan Catherine 

(Jacksonville. FL) 

Junior, Economics 

Grignani. Cesar Pablo 

(Spring. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Grillot Kevin Atlee 

(Springfield. VA) 

Sophomore. Legal Stuc 

Business. Accounting 

Kappa Sigma 

Grimes. Alexander D. 

(Slidell. LA) 

Junior. Mechanical Engineering 

Wesley Foundation-United 

Methodist Campus Center. Naval 

Reserve Officer Training Corps 

Grimes. Casey 

(Covington. LA) 

Junior. Finance 

Grimes. Chelsea Midori 

(Beverly Hills. CA) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology. Sociology 

Pre-Medical Society. Kappo 

Kappa Gamma. Green Ckjb. 

Tulane Cheerleading 

Grissom Robert Mathew 

(Old Lyme. CT) 

Junior. Accounting 

Kappa Alpha Order. Psi Chapter 

Griswold Ronnie E. 

(Kingwood. TX) 

Masters. Busn/Management 

Grodnick, Leah Riv 

(Mobile. AL) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Grodnick Meryl Rose 

(Mobile. AL) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Grodsky Michael B 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Computer info Systems 

Grondahl Kevin Robert 

(Manchester. CT) 

Senior. Pol Sci/lntemationol 

Relation 

Groome Julia Horner 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Groover Mark Clinton 

(Manhattan. NY) 

Senior. Neuroscience 

Gross Glenna 

(Rye. NY) 

Senior. Finance 

Grossman Molly 

(Margate. NJ) 

Junior. Latin American Studies. 

Spanish 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Grossman Victoria Anne 

(Harrison. NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Groth. Whitney C 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Sophomore. Women's Studies. 

Psychology 

Kappa Alpha Theta. College 

Democrats 

Grounds Andrew 

(Worcester. MA) 

GM. Business 

Grove Jessica N. 

(Saint Louis. MO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Groves Jennifer M. 

(Hoover AL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Groves Monique E 

(Harvey. LA) 

Sophomore. Paralegal Studies 

Gruber Lauren Patricia 

(Janesville. Wl) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Gruber Maxwell Christopher 

Robe 

(Paradise Valley. AZ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



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Gruchy. Daniel Burton 
(Algiers. LA) 

Junior, Environmental Studies. 
Latin American Studies 
Green Club. Tulane 
Environmental Law Society, 
Tulane University Latin American 
Studies Organization, Louisiana 
Bucket Brigade. Habitat for 
Humanity 

Gruenig, Hans Werner 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD. Philosophy 
Gruman, Maeluen Kuo 
(Spring. TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 
Grundy, Irene Reisch 
(Metairie, LA) 
MD1. Medicine 
Gruner, Katie 
(Appleton, Wl) 
GM, International Health 
Grusenmeyer, Patrick Anthony 
(Newark, DE) 
GD, Health Systems 
Management 
Gryll, Matthew 
(Wilmette, IL) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Grzymko, Troy John 
(Andover, NJ) 

Masters, Earth & Environmental 
Sciences 

Guard, Samantha Lauren 
(Little Rock, AR) 
Senior, Pol Sci/lntemational 
Relation, Psychology 
Pre-Law Society, World Affairs 
Forum, College Democrats 
Guarino. Anthony Joseph 
(Winter Springs, FL) 
Freshman, Political Science. 
History 

Pi Sigma Alpha 

Ant, amazing start to your col- 
lege career.. .Love, Mom and 
Dad 

Gudzune, Kimberly A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
MD4. Medicine 
Guedes. Kelly Pereira 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD. Economics 
Guedry, Eliana Oda 
(Norco, LA) 

Junior. Organizational Info 
Technology 
Guernsey, Jessica 
(Grantham, NH) 
Senior, American Studies 
Guernsey, Kristen 
(Bryn Maw, PA) 
Senior, Communication 
Guess, Jasmine Ronita 
(Avondale, LA) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Guethlein, Ashley 
(Cincinnati, OH) 
Senior, History 
Gueydan, Jolie Nicole 
(Lafitte. LA) 
Senior, Marketing 
Guggolz. Hal Joseph 
(San Antonio. TX) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Gugliuzza, Paul R. 
(Tulsa. OK) 
3L. Law 

Guidroz, Kenneth P. 
Sophomore. Organizational Info 
Technology 
Guidry, Gena M 
(Saucier, MS) 
GD, Neuroscience 
Guidry, Jeremy 
(Thibodaux. LA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Guidry, John Thomas 
(Lake Charles. LA) 
Junior. Computer Science 



Guidry, Kristen N. 

(Plaquemine, LA) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Best Wishes on your Junior Year - 

We are so proud of you! Love. 

Mom and Dad 

Guidry, Lauren K. 

(Jefferson, LA) 

GM, Music 

Guidry, Melissa Ann 

(Marrero, LA) 

Freshman. Journalism 

/ wish you success as you begin 

this new chapter in life. I'm so 

proud of you. Love Mom 

Guidry. Timothy N. 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Finance 

Guild, Vanessa Borg 

Junior, Communication 

Guilliams, Matthew Wade 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Phi Kappa Sigma 

Congratulations to you. Matt. 

May you always be grateful, and 

never be satisfied. Love - Mom & 

Dad 

Guillory, Laurie T 

(Port Barre. LA) 

Doctoral. Social Work 

Guinan. Megan C 

3L, Law 

Guinn, Jenae Marie 

(Rootstown, OH) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 

Biomedical Engineering Society, 

Fencing Club, Soundwave. 

Society of Women Engineers. 

Tulane Marching Band 

Gulick, Benjamin W. 

(Monroe. LA) 

LS. Law 

Gulley, Vivian 

(Clearfield, UT) 

3L. Law 

Gullo, Kristine Elisabeth 

(Laplace, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Gullo, Michael Joseph 

(Laplace, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Gulotta, Adam Paul 

(New Iberia. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Gulotta, Kenneth W 

(Washington, DC) 

GD, English 

Gumberg, Zachary Lee 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Junior, Finance 

Gumina, Maximilian J 

(Grand Rapids, Ml) 

1 L, Law 

Gunday, Zeynep 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Gundur, Rajeev Vishwanath 

(Springfield, IL) 

Senior. Latin American Studies 

Gunn, William G 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Guo, Ning 

GD, Ph.D. In Stru. & Cell Biology 

Guo, Weichao 

GD, Ceil & Molecular Biology 

Gupta, Jagan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Gupta. Neel 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Gupta, Shivani 

(Augusta. GA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Tennis Club. Amnesty 

International, Indian Association 

of Tulane University 

Gurd. Colin R 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. International Health 



Gurdian, Daisy Marie 
(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation, French 
Chi Omega, Undergraduate 
Student Government, Green 
Wave Ambassadors, Directions 
Committee Chair 
Gurdian, Melissa Eileen 
(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Gurpinar, Evrim 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Gurucharri, Corrie L. 
(Bradenton, FL) 
Sophomore, Biomedical 
Engineering 

Freshman year - what an unfor- 
gettable time in your life! We 
love you & are proud of you.' 
Mom & Dad 
Gurwara, Sheena 
(Bossier City, LA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 
Chemistry 

Indian Association of Tulane 
University. Alpha Lambda Delta 
Honor Society. Community 
Action Council of Tulane 
University Students, Mortar Board 
Senior Honor Society, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta 

Wish you the best! Love. Papa, 
Mom. Shelly and Shawn 
Gusewelle, Rebekah Anne 
(Edwardsville, IL) 
Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Gusman, Jermaine Leonard 
(Marrero. LA) 

Sophomore, Computer Info 
Systems 

Guss, Latoya Ireion 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Accounting 
Guss, Marquita Marie 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Guste, Bernard 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
Gutflais, Nataly 
(Woodbury, NY) 
Junior, Finance 
Guth, Pablo A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Political Science 
Guthrey, Natalie Rae 
(Lafayette. LA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 
Gutierrez, Alamhir A. 
(Washington. DC) 
Sophomore, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 
Policy 

Gutierrez, Jose R. 
(Miami Beach, FL) 
Senior, Pol Sci/lntemational 
Relation 

Gutierrez, Kyla L 
(Biloxi, MS) 
Post Baccalaure, 
Communication 

Gutierrez-Zepeda, Astrid Yesenia 
MD2, Medicine 
Gutknecht, William Thomas, 111 
(The Woodlands. TX) 
Junior. Accounting 
Gutkovich. Roman Felix 
(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Guftenplan, Ethan H. 
(Glen Cove. NY) 
Junior. Marketing 
Guy, Julia C. 
(Gaithersburg. MD) 
Junior, Architecture 
Guyuron. Grant Bahman 
(Lyndhurst, OH) 
Senior, Finance 
Guzman, Camilo 
GM, Executive MBA 
Gwyn, Nicholas Bruce 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 



Haak, Niklas Michael 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Architecture. Dance 

Sigma Alpha Mu, Catholic 

Center. Hillel, Nate Helton Fan 

Club 

Haas, Caroline M. 

(North Royalton, OH) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering. 

Public Health - Global 

Community Health 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Engineering 

Student Council. Biomedical 

Engineering Society, Orientation 

Planning Team 

Good Luck with your one more 

year to go. 

Haas, Michael John 

(Covington, LA) 

SPG, Biomedical Engineering 

We love you.' Mom and Dad 

Haas. Michael John, II 

(Covington, LA) 

Sophomore. Electrical 

Engineering 

We love you! Mom and Dad 

Haber. Daniel Alan 

(Larchmont. NY) 

Freshman. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Residence Hall Association, 

Water Polo Club. Dodgeball. 

Tennis, Racquetball & Soccer 

Congratulations! We are so 

proud of you! Love. Mom & Ava 

Habermann, Robert Jonathan 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Senior, Political Science 

Hacker, Ashley Brooke 

(Coral Gables, FL) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Jewish Law Student Association. 

Student Animal Legal Defense 

Fund 

Haddad, Lauren M 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Hadjisoffi, Naheed F 

(Bam'ngton, Rl) 

Junior, English 

Haenni, Yann-Karim 

(Geneva, Switzerland) 

Law Masters, Law 

Haessler, Makalah E 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD1. Medicine 

American Medical Student 

Association. American Medical 

Association - Medical Student 

Sec. SYNERGY. Running 

Hagan, Joseph 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Haggerty, Thomas P 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

2L. Law 

Hagood, Amanda Marie 

(Kingwood. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hague, Andrew Stuart, II 

(Miami, FL) 

Freshman. Engineering 

Haidar, Yazmine Adrienne 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Haigh, Brian J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Haile, Morgan 

(Marietta. GA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Haines, Katherine Virginia 

(Birmingham. AL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Haire, Randy J. 

(Hastings. Ml) 

Sophomore. Engineering 

Haissig, Megan Miquele 

(Virginia Beach, VA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 



Hajduczek, Aleksandra 

(Martinez, CA) 

GD. English 

Haji, Showkat A 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Hakim, Abraham Nouri 

(Monroe, LA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Hakiruwizera, Celestin 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Halapin, Natalie Ann 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

Pre-Medical Society, Tulane 

University Neuroscience 

Assocation, WTUL 

Halbreich, Laura S 

(Bellmore, NY) 

2L, Law 

Halbrooks, Christopher Ryan 

(Roswell, GA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Haidar, Ankur 

(Randolph, NJ) 

1 L, Law 

Hale, Sunny Nicole 

(Monroe, LA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation, International 

Development 

Ultimate Frisbee Club-Women's, 

Air Force Reserve Officer Training 

Corp, World Affairs Forum, Arnold 

Air Society 

Haley, Berylyn Theresa 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Media Arts 

Haley, Ian Prahl 

(West Chester, PA) 

Junior, Finance 

Phi Kappa Sigma, Interfratemity 

Council 

Haley, John Tinsley 

(Luling, LA) 

Freshman, Electrical Engineering 

Halff, Simon T 

(Pacific Palisades, CA) 

3L. Law 

Halfman. Sarah 

(Salem, OR) 

GM, International Health 

Hall, Charles Lawrence 

(Naperville, IL) 

Senior, History 

Hall, Christopher Charles Albion 

(Bridge City, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

We Are Proud of You. No More 

Hurricanes , PLEASE ! We Love 

You And Uke You Too. Mom & 

Frank 

Hall, Edward Randall 

(Greenville, TX) 

Sophomore, Latin American 

Studies 

Hall, Erin Elizabeth 

(Monroeville, AL) 

Senior. Communication 

Hall, Graham D. 

(Greenville, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hall, Jeremy Saussotte 

(Palo Alto, CA) 

Senior, PELE 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Navy ROTC 

Hall, Joshua S. 

(Zephyrhills. FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hall, Julie Wallace 

(Portsmouth. Rl) 

Freshman. Finance 

Chi Omega 

Hall, Kathryn C. 

(Milan. IN) 

Junior, History 

Hall, Kathryn J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L. Law 

Hall, Katie O 

(Rockville, MD) 

MD1, Medicine 



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Hall, Peter Lee 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Hall, Tammy L. 
(Laplace, LA) 
Junior, Paralegal Studies 
Halldorson, Christina Marie 
(Vancouver. WA) 
GM. International Health 
Halle, Daniel Aaron 
(Baltimore, MD) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Halperin, Allyson Randl 
(Altamonte Spr. FL) 
Sophomore, Theatre, Political 
Science 

Halperin Tess Morgan Lennox 
(Winchester, MA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Halphen, Marianne E. 
(Metairie, LA) 
Junior, Environmental 
Geoscience 

Halstead, Michael Robert 
(Indialantic, FL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Integrity without know/edge is 
weak and useless, and knowl- 
edge without integrity is danger- 
ous 

Halton, Heather Lynn 
(New Orleans. LA) 
MD2. Medicine 
Tulane Emergency Medicine 
Interest Group. Rugby Football 
Club-Women's 
Halvorsen, Douglas George 
(Salem, OR) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Ham, Bradford Jonathan 
(Dix Hills, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Hamaoui, Mikael 
(Miami Beach, FL) 
Junior. Business 
Hambrick. Megan 
(Casper. WY) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Hamby, Donald L 
(Germantown, TN) 
GM, Cell 8. Molecular Biology 
Hornby (Catherine Elizabeth 
(San Antonio. TX) 
Senior. Neuroscience. Dance 
Hameed, Daniyal 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman, Biomedical 
Engineering 
Hamid, Akbar H. 
(Grand Rapids, Ml) 
Senior, Political Science, French 
Indian Association of Tulane 
University 

Hamilton, Dwayne Paul 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Hamilton, Erin Patricia 
(New Fairfield, CT) 
Fifth-Year Prog. Architecture 
Architecture Student Body. 
Indoor Soccer 
Hamilton Mark Alan 
(Bellaire. TX) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Baseball Club 
Hamilton, Megan O'Neill 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Community Action Council of 
Tulane University Students. Pre- 
law Society 
Hamilton, Tara Marie 
(New Fairfield, CT) 
Junior, Marketing 
Hamlington Katharine L. 
(Bethel Springs. TN) 
Senior. Biomedical Engineering 
Hammer, Jason William 
(New Orleans. LA) 
2L. Law 



Hammond, Jeffrey Stephen 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Hammond, Kerry Lynn 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Undeclared 

Hammond, Krystn E. 

Senior. Finance. Accounting 

Delta Xi Nu. Shockwave. Alpha 

Kappa Psi - Professional Business 

Fraternity 

Hammothe, Ashlee Z. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hampton, Lakethla E. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

We are very proud of you! Love 

always Uncle & Nanny 

Hampton, Whitney Anne 

(Lake Forest, CA) 

Freshman, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

TU Cross Country /Track 

Hamway, Chris A. 

(Dayton, OH) 

LS, Law 

Han, Thomas Chulmin 

(Fulton. IL) 

Junior, Economics 

Hanck, Kristina A 

(Ocean Springs. MS) 

Junior. Media Arts 

Hancock, Emily A. 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hancock, Patrick 

(Kansas City, MO) 

Junior, Business 

Hancock, Tracy Genevieve 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. English 

Hanczor. Evan Michael 

(Redding. CT) 

Freshman. Philosophy, English 

Handal, Mirzam C 

(Kenner, LA) 

GD, Spanish 

Handley. Emily Lynne 

(Shoreline. WA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Handojo, Nina Elizabeth 

(Indianapolis, IN) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hanegan, Kevin Christopher 

(Greenwell Springs, LA) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Hanerty. Molly F. 

(Chagrin Falls. OH) 

Senior, History, Sociology 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Alpha 

Theta Honor Society 

Haney, Alan P. 

(New Iberia, LA) 

LS, Law 

Haney, Timothy J 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GD, Sociology 

Hanf, William Charles 

(Seabrook. TX) 

Senior. Mathematics 

Hanks, Carl 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Senior. Computer Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Tau Beta Pi Honor Society. Tulane 

Engineering and Computer 

Science Honors Society 

Hanline, Trinity 

(Gulf Breeze. FL) 

GM. Business 

Hanna Michael E. 

(Nevada City. CA) 

GM. Business 

Hanna Scott 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Business 

Hannabury Shane F. 

(East Hampton. NY) 

Junior. Finance 



Hannan Natalia Beth 

(New Orleans. LA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Hansen, Brooke Jaclyn 
(Cranbury, NJ) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Hansen. Christina E. 
(Oswego. IL) 

GM. Cell & Molecular Biology 
Hansen, Emma 
(Lewiston. ME) 
IL. Law 

Hansen, Nancy B. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior, General Studies / Social 
Sci. Religious Studies 
Hanson, Gillian LindseyJoy 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior. Undeclared 
Hanson, Joshua Brett 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Computer Science 
Hanson, Kristina M 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
2L, Law 

Hanson, Melissa J. 
(Turtle Lake, ND) 
Senior, Art Studio 
Hanthorn, Patrick Carter 
(Memphis, TN) 
Junior, Business 
Happ Jason S. 
(Oregon City, OR) 
Junior. History 
Harang, Amy Rebecca 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Executive MBA 
Harb, Brendin M. 
(Jefferson, LA) 
GM, Business 
Harbaugh, Dane Gates 
(Denver, CO) 
Senior, Management 
Harbin, Andrew C. 
(Baltimore, MD) 
MD1, Medicine 
Harbison, Jason William 
(Harrisburg. IL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Flag Football, Kappa Alpha 
Order, Psi Chapter, Rugby Club- 
Men's 

Hardeman, La'Keidra O'Lise 
(Covington, GA) 
GM, Maternal And Child Health 
Harder, Justin A 
(Wayzata, MN) 
MD4, Medicine 
Hardesty, Nicole Michelle 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Hardi, Prudence 
(Bethesda, MD) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Harding, Adeyemi Matthew 
(Garland, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Harding, Soquel E 
(Slidell. LA) 
2L, Law 

Hardman, Alex 
(Tampa, FL) 
GM. Business 
Hardt, Tricia A. 
(Nokomis. FL) 
GD, Pharmacology 
Hardy, Devon Elizabeth 
(Nashville. TN) 
Junior. Neuroscience 
Hardy, Elliot Tanner 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Junior. Biomedical Engineering. 
Chemistry 

Biomedical Engineering Society. 
Pre-Medical Society. THEM. Phi 
Eta Sigma. TECHS. Intramural 
Soccer. NSCS 
Hordy Jane V 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. French 



Hardy Tawanna L 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Hare. Erin 

(Towson. MD) 

Junior. Psychology 

Hare, Owen Glen 

(Towson, MD) 

Senior. Political Science 

Pre-Law Society. Pi Sigma Alpha. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Harmon, Gary Noel 

(Marrero. LA) 

GD, Epidemiology 

Harmon, Kelly 

(Jackson, MS) 

Senior, Psychology 

Harms. Joseph Daniel 

(East Windsor. NJ) 

Senior. Economics 

Harney, David 

(Piano, TX) 

Junior. Neuroscience 

Harowski, Michael A 

(Ormond Beach. FL) 

3L, Law 

Harper, Ashton S. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Civil Engineering 

Harper, John H. 

(Jacksonville, AL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Harpham, Clare Elizabeth 

(Chapel Hill, NC) 

Senior. Psychology 

Harr, Jeffrey N 

(Las Vegas. NV) 

MD3, Medicine 

Harrell. Brandon Darnell 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Harrell. Evelyn Bryant 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. Social Work 

Harren, Miranda Omann 

(Orono. MN) 

Senior. Psychology 

THEM. Tulane University Campus 

Programming. Peer Health 

Advocates 

Harrigan Keith Patrick 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Harris, Amanda Nicole 

(Raleigh. NC) 

GM, Environmental Heolth 

Sciences 

Harris, Antonio 

(Shreveport. LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Harris, Catherine B 

(Germantown, TN) 

1 L. Law 

Harris, Charles E. 

(Irving. TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Harris. Christina C. 

(Florissant. MO) 

GD. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Harris. Christine Lee 

(Camano Island. WA) 

Masters. International Health 

Harris Elizabeth Paige 

(W. Palm Beach. FL) 

Sophomore. Communication 

Harris Lateefah E 

(New Brunswick. NJ) 

31. Law 

Harris Laura Elizabeth 

(Wayne. NJ) 

Freshman, International 

Development. Digital Media 

Production 

WTUL. Green Club 

Harris Malia Taren 

(East St. Louis. IL) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Harris Maria D. 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



Harris Maryonna L 

(Belhaven. NC) 

GM. Preservation Studies 

Harris. Michael T 

(Adrian. Ml) 

MD4. Med 

Harris Rasheena 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

GM. Bu 

Harris. Sydney Victoria 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior. Dance 

InlerVarsity Christian Fellowship. 

InlerVarsity Christian Fellowship. 

Newcomb Dance Company 

Harris Robinson. Helena 

(Arlington. TX) 

Post. Bacc. Cer. Information 

Systems 

Delta Sigma Theta 

Harrison. Billy R„ Jr 

(Pensacolo. FL) 

Sophomofe. Medio Arts 

Harrison George 

(Manning, SC) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Harrison. Kathleen A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

2L. Law 

Harry Rebecca Jade 

(Richardson, TX) 

Sophomore, PELE 

Hart Andrew Chance 

(Andover. KS) 

Sophomore. Civil Engineering 

Hart, Sunny Rebekah 

(Gaston. SC) 

Sophomore. Linguistics 

Tulane Meditation Club. Tulane 

University American Civi Liberties 

Union. Indian Association of 

Tulane University. Campus 

Libertarians 

Hartford Lauren 

(La Canada, CA) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Hartley Damon T 

(New Orleans. LA) 

2L. Law 

Hartfine Jane Elizabeth 

(Tucson. AZ) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Hartline-Grafton Heather Lynn 

(Mandeville. LA) 

GM. Health 

Communication/Educotion 

Hartman Michael P 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Low 

Hartman Richard James 

(Wppngngrs Fal. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hartman Stephen H. 

(Silver Spring. MD) 

Sophomore. Computer 

Engineering 

Hartnett Emily R. 

(Bella Vista. AR) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hartnett Michael J. 

(Tinley Pork. IL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hartney Meaghan Elizabeth 

(Guaford. CT) 

Freshman. Architecture 

We're al very proud of you^ 

Keep up the hard work. We love 

you) Mom. Dad & Gc- 

Harty Christopher Patrick 

(Chesterfield. MO) 

Freshman. Undec 

Hartz Alexandra Cericola 

(Hoverford. PA| 

Junior. Psychology 

Horvey James E. 

(Gulf Breeze. FL) 

Sophomore. Environmental 

ering 
Horvey Robert Cose 
(Deridder. LA) 
Senior. Philosophy 



Directory • 251 



Harvey, Trinetta Renell 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hasbun, Rodrigo 

(Lafayette, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Haskel, Warren 

(Oceanside, NY) 

1 L, Law 

Haskell, Graham 

(Marshfield, VT) 

Senior, Management 

Hasney, Christian P. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Hasney li, Ronald G 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Haspel, Lee J. 

(Great Neck, NY) 

Senior, Finance 

Hassan, Amanda A. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Hassen, Jennifer Linzey 

(Irvine, CA) 

Sophomore, Women's Studies 

Hassing, Michelle C. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Finance, Accounting 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity 

Hassler, Lauren E 

(Boone, NC) 

2L, Law 

Hastings, Michelle E. 

(Braintree, MA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Hasuly, Anne E. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hatch, Harold W. 

(Auburn, AL) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering, 

Physics 

Hatlelid, Tessa Elisabeth 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Sophomore, Theatre 

Judo Club, Indoor Soccer, Rock 

Climbing Club 

Hatman, Joel W 

(Clorksville. AR) 

1 L, Law 

Hart, Jason D. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, History 

Hattab, Jamal (Jim) 

(Houston, TX) 

GD, Philosophy 

Hattier, Sarah Michelle 

(Centennial, CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Haubert, Jean M 

(Mobile, AL) 

GD, Sociology 

Haugner, Casey Elizabeth 

(Hot Springs. AR) 

Masters. Business 

Literary Society /Tulane Review. 

Tulane Entrepreneurs Association. 

Tulane Women in Business 

Hauser, Charlene A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Hautz, Julia 

SPU, Business 

Havard, Benjamin J 

(Pensacola, FL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Hawes, George Edward 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hawf, Adam C. 

(Columbia, MO) 

Senior. English 

Hawkins, Evan James 

(Washington. DC) 

MD1, Medicine 

Hawkins, Ian 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hawkins. Kirbi Michele 

(Ft Washington. MD) 

Freshman. Chemical Engineering 



Hawkinsbadge. Anne Raquet 

(Alma. Ml) 

GM, Undeclared 

Hawkshead, John J, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Doctoral, Public Health - 

Epidemiology 

Hawthorne, Miyanekia 

(Laplace, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hay, Spencer Donald 

(Missouri City, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hayakawa, Kazuhiro 

GM, Business 

Haydel, Annemarie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Haydel, Kristen L 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Haydel, Scott Gerald 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Hayden, Josh S 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Senior, Digital Design 

Hayden, Lindsay Terese 

(Niles, 1L) 

Freshman. History 

Feminist Majority Leadership 

Alliance (FMLA), Soundwave. 

Tulane Concert Band, Tulane 

Marching Band. Tulane 

Orchestra. Campus Girl 

Hayden, Matthew Christopher 

(Dickinson, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Hayes, Aimee Michelle 

(Covington, LA) 

GM, Theatre 

Hayes. Bryan Stephen 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Finance 

Hayes, Chase W. 

(Terre Haute. IN) 

Senior, Cell &. Molecular Biology, 

English 

Hayes, Justin Francis 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Hayes, Kelly P. 

(Sugar Land. TX) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers 

We are so proud of you! Love. 

Mom and Dad 

Hayes, Melissa Allyson 

(Front Royal, VA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Hayes, Robin 

(New Orledns, LA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Hayes, Winston 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Haynie, Todd Orlen 

(West Richland, wa) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Hays, Meghan C 

(Lafayette, LA) 

2L, Law 

Hayslett, Gregory Patrick 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Architecture 

Hayton, Sarah Rose 

(Ruidoso, NM) 

Freshman, Biological Chemistry 

Tulane Marching Band, 

Soundwave. Tulane Concert 

Band 

Hayward, Robert M. 

(Sugar Land, TX) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology. 

Mathematics 

Soundwave. Tulane Marching 

Band. TURBO 

Haywood, Joshua Alan 

(Huntingdon. TN) 

Sophomore, English 



Haywoodwatson, Ricky J 
(Gaithersburg, MD) 
MD1, Medicine 
Hazen, Joseph K. 
(Memphis, TN) 
Senior, PELE 
He, Fenglei 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 
He, Hao 
GD, Biostatistics 
Head, Aaron P 
(Picayune, MS) 
GD, Physics 
Head, Jared 
(Harrisburg, IL) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Healan, Erin M. 
(Winder, GA) 
Senior, Anthropology 
We are very proud of you! Love 
Mom & Dad 
Healey, Katherine Grace 
(Weston, CT) 
Freshman. Architecture 
Healy, Ian Robert 
(Houston. TX) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Healy, Sophie 
(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Latin American 
Studies 

Heaney, Michael T 
GM, International Development 
Heang, Julie 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Heath, Charles Victor 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, History 
Heath, Mildred Ann 
(Harahan, LA) 
Junior, Organizational Info 
Technology 
Heather, Nicholas 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Heaton, Allison Laura 
(Houston, TX) 
Senior, Marketing 
Heaton, Ashley K 
(Muscle Shoals, AL) 
GD, Anthropology 
Hebbard, Carleigh Fredda 
Frances 

(Saint Simons, GA) 
Sophomore, Undecldred 
Hebert, Alissa F. 
(Raceland, LA) 
2L. Law 

Hebert, Chermaine Marie 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Hebert, Holly Maria 
(Slidell, LA) 

GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Hebert, Nicole M. 
(Lafayette, LA) 
Junior, Early Childhood 
Education 
Hecht, Eric 
(Beverly Hills, CA) 
Junior. Management 
Hechtman, Lisa 
(Woodbury. NY) 
Senior. Marketing 
Heck, Mark B. 
(Ponchatoula, LA) 
FYR, Architecture 
Heckathorn, Gertrude Mary 
(Laplace. LA) 
Junior. Paralegal Studies 
Hecker, Scott Joseph 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Masters, Business 
Hedden, Wesley S. 
(Westerville, OH) 
Senior. Philosophy 
Congratulations on an outstand- 
ing year! We love you. Mom 
and Dad 



Hedenschoug, Lauren M 

(Plainfield. IL) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Hedges, Jeffrey Spencer 

(Little Rock. AR) 

Freshman. Engineering 

Hedlund, Michael Philip 

(Weston, CT) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Hedman, Briana Kari 

(Corrales, NM) 

GM, Psychology 

Heffernan, Cristina Anne 

(Alexandria. VA) 

Senior. Political Science 

Heffernan, Joseph Colin 

(West Hartford, CT) 

1 L, Law 

Heffernan, Sean P 

(Boxford, MA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Heffner, Ashley Marie Louise 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Heffron, Victoria 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hefler Jr., Henry Joseph 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Hegwood, Blythe E 

(Brandon, MS) 

GM, International Health 

Heigh, Nicole L. 

(Valleyford, WA) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Heil, Jenny L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, English 

English Graduate Organization 

Heilman, Heather A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Heim. William M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Biomedical Engineering Society, 

Tulane Men's Tennis Team 

Heimburger, Stacy A 

(Mount Laurel, NJ) 

MD3. Medicine 

Heindel, Andrew Judson 

(Evanston, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Heine, Leanne Elise 

(Riverside, IL) 

Junior, Accounting, Legal Studies 

in Business 

Pi Beta Phi, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students, Tennis Club 

Heines, Lindsey Brooke 

(Woodbury, NY) 

Senior. Accounting. Economics 

Heintz, Andrew Stephen 

(Portland, OR) 

GD, Chemical Engineering 

Heintz, Jay William 

(Aurora, CO) 

MD3. Medicine 

Heinz, Kelli E. 

(Lincolnshire, IL) 

Sophomore, Marketing, Theater 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Heinze, John Jason 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Architecture 

Hekmatdoost, Kevon Bejean Ma 

(Covington, LA) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Helbling, Jessica Ann 

(Lexington. KY) 

GM, Architecture 

Held, Wallis Nikki' Flanagan 

(Albuquerque. NM) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology. French 

THEM, Volleyball Club, Kappa 

Alpha Theta 

Helfrich, Joseph C. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore, Social Sciences 



Heller, Avra G. 

(San Francisco, CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Heller, Michael Harrison 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Finance. Legal Studies in 

Business 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Congratulations! Job well done! 

Love Mom and Harvey. Dad. 

Adam and Alexis 

Hellickson, Diana R. 

(Caledonia, MN) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Celtic Society, Tibet Association 

of Tulane University 

Hellinger, Jason M. 

(Holland, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Helliwell. Elizabeth 

(Commack, NY) 

Senior, Sociology. Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Helmig, Kara S 

(Lima. OH) 

2L, Law 

Helmig, Sara E 

(Lima, OH) 

MD2, Medicine 

Helmke, Christy L. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Helton, Erica 

(Redding, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Helton, Nathan T. 

(Danville, CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Helton, Tyra T. 

(New Orledns, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Helwig, Caroline 

(Boulder, CO) 

GD, International Health 

Hembling, John Joseph 

(Oak Park. IL) 

GM. International Health 

Hemeter. Jesse Fairley 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Hemker, Monica Christine 

(Missouri City, TX) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Hemphill, Amy Jacob 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Hemphill, Philip Corlis 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Doctoral, Social Work 

Hemstreet, Alisha M 

(Chalmette, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Henderson, Frances H 

(Westwego. LA) 

Junior, Social Sciences, History 

Alpha Sigma Lambda 

Henderson, Gregory 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Henderson, Maria R 

(Howell, NJ) 

2L, Law 

Henderson, Sierra 

(Auburn, WA) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Henderson. Stacy R. 

(Pittsboro. IN) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology. 

Spanish 

Pi Beta Phi 

You are incredible at anything 

you pursue & you always reach 

higher! We are proud of you! 

Mom & Dad 

Henderson, William 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hendleman, Nathalie 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



252 • Directory 



Hendler, Josepho Meyerhoff 
(Owings Mills, MD) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Hendrlck. Nell T 
(Sarasota, FL) 

GM. International Development 
Hendrlck, Paul J. 
(N Kingstown, Rl) 
3L, Law 

Hendricks, Derek Randall 
(Carrollton, GA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Hendrickson, Kyrsten Maria 
(Jackson, LA) 
Senior, Marketing 
Despite a few hurricanes, little 
sleep & long study hours, you've 
made it I We're very proud of 
you 

Hendrickson Michele Alyssa 
(Freeport, NY) 
GM, Pharmacology 
Hendrickson Jr., Charles H. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM, Social Work 
Hendrix, Lauren Elizabeth 
(Atlanta, GA) 
Junior, Accounting 
Henegar, Thomas Wayne 
(Clarksville, TN) 
Junior, History 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. 
Army ROTC 
Heneghan, Carolyn M, 
(Metairie. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Henkle, Sarah L. 
(Springfield, IL) 

Junior. Anthropology, Cell and 
Molecular Biology 
Student Alumni Ambassador 
Henley, David Roy, Jr 
(Nashville, TN) 
Freshman. Neuroscience 
Kappa Alpha Order, Psi Chapter 
Hennen, Laura B 
(Monroe, LA) 
1 L. Law 

Hennes, Seth M 
(Lake Mary, FL) 
3L. Law 

Hennessy, Andrew Joseph 
(Anchorage, AK) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Hennessy, Rory J. 
(Honolulu. HI) 
Junior. Management 
Hennigan. Christian Michael 
(Rye, NY) 

Junior. Undeclared 
Henry, Beth 
(Philadelphia. MS) 
Freshman, Casino Resort 
Management 
Henry, Erin Maureen 
(Shawnee Msn, KS) 
Junior. Finance 
Henry, Marcia B. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, Biological Chemistry 
Henry Seth Michael 
(Berwick. LA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Henry, Timothy J., Jr 
(Altadena, CA) 
Senior. Legal Studies. Finance 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Soccer Club- 
Men's. Business Law Society, 
Head Coach-Soccer Club- 
Women's 

You are a remarkable person 
who is destined lor great things! 
I'm proud of you - Love, Mom 
xoxo 

Henry, Travis K. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Hensley. Lauren S 
(Northport, AL) 
GD. Psychology 



Henson, Rachel C 

(Covington, LA) 

Senior. Communication 

Henson, Robert L 

(Bloominglon, IN) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Henson, William Chris 

(Covington. LA) 

Junior. History 

Heppe, Frederick Hunter 

(Chatham, NJ) 

Senior, History 

With pride, we wish that your 

fufure be filled with happiness & 

success/ Love Mom, Dad, Dowell 

& Todd 

Hepperle, Michelle Ann 

(Oak Park, IL) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Herbers, Devin J. 

(Mclean. VA) 

Senior. Business 

Tulane Entrepreneurs Association, 

Tulane Entrepreneurs Association 

Herbert, Henry Andrew, III 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Herbert, lan-Cadoc Robertson 

(Youngstown, OH) 

Senior, Mathematics 

Herbst, Shawna M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. International Health 

Herbstman, Michael Robert 

(Riverwood. IL) 

Senior, Accounting 

Herder, Adam M. 

(Wilbraham, MA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Herder. Danielle Marian 

(Piano. TX) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Herges, Michael Charles 

(Salinas. CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Herlands, Alison Beth 

(Clarks Summit. PA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Herleth, Daniel R 

(St. Louis, MO) 

MD2, Medicine 

Herlevic, Mallory Marie 

(Monroe. LA) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

Chi Omega. Student Alumni 

Ambassador, College 

Republicans 

Herlong, James Kirk 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Herlong, Madaline 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. English 

Herman, Andrew Isaac 

(Lower Merion, PA) 

Junior. Political Science, 

Women's Studies 

Pre-Law Society, Sigma Alpha Mu 

Herman, Gregory M. 

(Leowood. KS) 

Senior. Finance 

Herman, Kelsey Lauren 

(Leawood. KS) 

Sophomore. Psychology. Spanish 

Hermo, Christian Alexander 

(Nashville, TN) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Jusf one more year to go. hang 

in there. Love. Mom 

Hermosilla, Francisco Rafael 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hernandez, Adriana Marie 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Freshman, Spanish 

Pi Beta Phi. Pre-Medical Society. 

College Democrats 

Hernandez Dorothy Anne 

(Winchester, VA) 

Junior, Architecture 



Hernandez. Erika Nicole 

(Gainesville, FL) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Hernandez. Julie H. 

SPG. French 

Hernandez. Laureen 

(Lodi. NJ) 

2L. Law 

Hernandez, Michelle Cantrell 

(Harvey, LA) 

Sophomore, Website 

Development 

Hernandez, Ricardo 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Hernandez, Tiana Y. 

(Miami, FL) 

GM, Social Work 

Hernandez, Tyler Glenn 

(Berwick. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hernandez, Victor Louis 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Media Arts 

Hernandez, Victoria E. 

(Johnstown. PA) 

Junior. Architecture. Latin 

American Studies 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students 

Hernandez Handall, Jacobo 

Antonio 

(Chetumal Quintana Roo. 

Mexico) 

Junior, Management 

Tennis Club 

Hernandez-Viera, Marian 

(Gurabo. Puerto Rico. PR) 

GD, Mathematics 

Herrera, Anthony 

(Fpo. AA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Herrera, Eduardo Antonio, Jr 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Paralegal Studies 

Herrera, Geoffrey M. 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Herrin, Gary Vernon 

(Batesville, AR) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Herrmann, Keith William 

(Santa Fe. NM) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Herscher. Jamie 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Herschlag, Jillian Rose 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hersh, Cali Gwen 

(Fresh Meadows. NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hersh, Emily Sarah 

(Mc Lean. VA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hertzberg, Amanda Beth 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

Senior. Finance. Mathematics 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Herubin, Christina Michaela 

(Coppell, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

TU Women's Swim 8. Diving. 

Catholic Center 

Hervas, David 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Hess. Arthur E 

(Metairie. LA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Hester Heidi R 

(Ft. Lauderdale. FL) 

GM. Chemistry 

Hester. Jacqueline Denise 

(Harvey. LA) 

Senior. Social Sciences. History 

Delta Xi Nu. College Democrats. 

University College Student 

Government Association 

Hester James Scott 

(Dexter. Ml) 

Junior. Sociology 



Hetzer, Cindy Michelle Littleton 

(Spring.. TX) 

GD. Chemical Engineering 

Engineering Graduate Students 

Association, Karate Club 

Hetzer, Max E 

(Monlicello. AR) 

GD. Chemical Engineering 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers. Engineering Graduate 

Students Association. Graduate 

School Student Association 

Heuberger. Rebekah Kathleen 

(Charlotte. NC) 

Freshman, Political Science. 

Spanish 

Soccer Club-Women's 

Hevlow. Heath M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Computer Science 

Hewitt, Amanda Reilley 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hewitt, Cheree Antionette 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Senior, Public Relations 

Hewlett, Patrick Thomas 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Ping Pong 

Hewson, Jennifer 

(East Meadow, NY) 

MD3. Medicine 

Hexom, Tia C 

(Sioux Falls, SD) 

Graduate, Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

Heyl, Wade L 

(Harvey, LA) 

GM, Business 

Heylman, Caroline 

(Chevy Chase, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hiatt, Caroline Elisa 

(Evans. GA) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Hiatt, Kafhryn M. 

(Prairie Village. KS) 

Senior. Marketing 

Hibbitts, Daniel D. 

(Broadalbin, NY) 

Senior, Architecture 

Hibbs, Antoinette L 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Hibbs, Joshua Gerald 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Hickey, Douglas Leider 

(Winnetka. IL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Congratulations on your '2 for I' 

freshman year! We are proud of 

you! Love. Mom & Dad 

Hicks. George Chapell 

(Dallas. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hicks Timothy Brian 

(Guymon. OK) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Hidalgo Danielle A. 

(Burlingame. CA) 

GD. Sociology 

Hidalgo Marco Esteban 

(Metairie. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Hidalgo Vivian Annie 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hidlay William C. IV 

(Manahawkin. NJ) 

FYR. Architecture 

Hlel. Taylor Clark 

(Briarcliff Manor. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Higglnbotham Daniel 

(Irmo. SC) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 



Higglnbotham Harold Edward 

(Leeds. AL) 

GD. English 

Hlgglns. Alanna D 

(Oakland. CA) 

MD I. Medicine 

American Medical Student 

Association. Medical School 

Phoenix Society 

Hlggins. Kristin A 

(Omaha, NE) 

MD4, Medicine 

Higgins, Leah S. 

(Son Diego. CA) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Higgins. Lindsay 

(Palatine. IL) 

MD1. Medicine 

Higgins. Michael P. 

(Crosby. TX) 

3L. Law 

Tulane Moot Court Board. 

American Constitution Society for 

Law and Policy. WTUL 

Hight Jonathan Patrick 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

You make a difference in many 

lives! We are very proud of you. 

Love. Mom and Dad 

Hilderbrandt Anna Kristin 

(Alpharetta. GA) 

Senior. Art History 

Hill, Adam 

(Mt. Olive. NJ) 

Senior. Accounting. Finance 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Hill. Amy Lee 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM. Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Hill. Camille E 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Art History 

Hill Cody Ryan 

(Slidell. LA) 

Senior. Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Hill. Cristina Elliece 

(College Park. MD) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hill Deanna Lynnetta 

(Woodstock. GA) 

2L. Law 

Hill. Katy Jean 

(Arlington. TX) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Hill Laura Mee-Kyung 

(Ridgewood. NJ) 

Junior. Early Childhood 

Education 

Hill Paul Armstrong 

(St. Petersburg. FL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hill Rebecca Elaine 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Anthropology 

Hill Victoria Jaclyn 

(Woodbury. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hill Zelee Elizabeth 

GD. International Health 

Hiltard Christopher James 

(Rochester. MN) 

GM. Pharmacology 

Hille Chad Anthony 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Hillerud Megan C. 

- ' 
Hilliard Daniel W. 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD. Lotin American Stl 
Hilliard Quincy Cameron 
(Lafayette. LA) 
Junior. Finance 
Hillman Julie E 
(Baltimore. MD) 
GM. Social Work 
Hiltbold Aimee E 
(Durhom. NC) 
Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 



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Hilton. Christopher Dalan 

(San Francisco. CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Himelfarb, Adam B. 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Geology 

Basketball, Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Adam, you are the best!! Love 

you. Mom 

Himelman, Samantha Jane 

(Wayside, NJ) 

Sophomore, Psychology. Spanish 

Alpha Epsilon Phi. Hillel 

Himmel, Chloe 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hinderhofer, Devon 

(West Grove, PA) 

Sophomore, Marketing, Art 

History 

Hindman, Nathaniel Cahners 

(Brookline, MA) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Hines, Devin Spencer 

(Baltimore, MD) 

FYR, Architecture 

Hines, Robert 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Hinjoy, Soawapak 

GM. Epidemiology 

Hinojosa, Monica R. 

(Evanston, IL) 

Senior, Religious Studies 

Hinrichs, Caroline A. 

(Creve Coeur. MO) 

Sophomore. French 

Hinson, Jeffrey Keith, Jr 

(Bay St Louis, MS) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Hipp, Jonny Frank 

(Corpus Christ, TX) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Hippie, Alixandra Paige 

(Hyattsville, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hirani, Hameed 

(Palm Harbor, FL) 

GM, Biomedical Engineering 

Hirsch, Anusia E. 

(Marblehead. MA) 

Sophomore, Legal Studies in 

Business, Management 

Hirsch, David E. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Hirsch, Jenelle Eden 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

MD3, Medicine 

Hirsch, Robert L. 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Junior, English 

Hirst, Marci L. 

(Indianapolis, IN) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Hiserodt, James Joseph 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior, Marketing 

Hitchins, Patrick T. 

(Chicago, IL) 

Senior, Psychology, Sociology 

Sailing Club, Ultimate Frisbee 

Club. Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Hite, Ashleigh K. 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Art History 

Hites, Lisle Seward, Jr 

(Long Beach, MS) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Hiteshew, Kathleen C. 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Senior. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Hitomi, Yutaka 

(Beachwood, OH) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hitt, Gregory Edward 

(Annapolis, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Hitt, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Springfield, IL) 

Sophomore. Anthropology, 

Psychology 

Pi Beta Phi 

Hixon, Jennifer Lee 

(San Antonio, TX) 

GM, Health 

Communication/Education 

Hixson, David R 

(Gaithersburg, MD) 

GD, Anthropology 

Hlil, Imane 

(Casablanca, Morocco) 

Masters, Management, Finance 

Hiubek, Randy J. 

(Oklahoma City, OK) 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 

Ho, Mai Anh Thi 

(San Diego, CA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Ho, Wesley 

(Moorestown, NJ) 

Junior, Finance 

Ho, Yeou-Lin 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Hoang, Hieu Chi 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Hoang, Kim-Xuyen Thi 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior, Public Relations, 

Marketing 

Hoang, Lily 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Junior, Finance 

Tulane University Vietnamese 

Association, Indian Association of 

Tulane University, Asian American 

Students United 

Hoang, Vivian 

(Tulsa. OK) 

Fourth Year Med. Business 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section. 

American Medical Student 

Association, Tulane University 

Vietnamese Association 

Hobgood, Kathryn Damaris 

(Shreveport, LA) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Hobson, John Kendall, Jr 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior. English 

Hochberger, Erika Lynne 

(Brookville, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hochman, Jonah 

(Miami, FL) 

Senior, Business 

Hock, Kathleen Marie 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Freshman, Undeclared, 

Undeclared 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Hocke, Mark Bernard 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Hodges, Chevon 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hodges, Jennifer E. 

(Carson City. NV) 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 

Hodges, Lozarie Denay 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Sociology 

Hodges, Meredith Leigh 

(Savannah, GA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Hodges, Robert W 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hodo, Mary C. 

(Selma (Camden), AL) 

GM, Social Work 

Hoeferlin, Collin Joseph 

(Columbia, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Hoekstra, Jennifer M 

(Bayfield, Wl) 

2L, Law 

Hoekstra, Mallory Lynn 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Hoekstra, Samantha D. 

(Houma, LA) 

Senior, English / Writing 

Hoelscher, Jack W. 

(Alton, IL) 

Sophomore, Finance, French 

Phi Gamma Delta, Intramurals 

Referee 

Hoerbelt, Bryan 

(Temple Terrace, FL) 

3L, Law 

Hoerner, Cory Maxine 

(Ada, Ml) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Hoerrner, Pefra L 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Marketing 

Hofer, Christina Lee 

(Coral Springs, FL) 

Junior, Business 

Hoffman, Abigail Weil 

(St. Louis, MO) 

MD3, Medicine, Neuroscience 

Medical School - 3rd year, 

American Medical Women's 

Association, American Medical 

Student Association 

Hoffman, Anna Lauren 

(Rockville, MD) 

GM, International Health 

Hoffman, Brian Andrew 

(Dallas, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Music and Medicine, Residence 

Hall Association 

Hoffman, Jacob Samuel 

(Wilmington, DE) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Hoffman, Jennifer M 

(Joplin, MO) 

GM. Business 

Hoffman, Mary R 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior. Environmental 

Engineering 

Hoffman, Michael Darrel 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Hoffman, Philip C 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Hogan, Benjamin W 

(Columbia, SC) 

2L, Law 

Hogan, Caitrin Elizabeth 

(Stow, MA) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, 

Indoor Soccer 

Hogan, Cheryl Ann 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Hogan. Kenneth David 

(El Campo. TX) 

Masters, Busn/Finance 

Financial Management 

Association. Tulane Business and 

Law Society 

Hogan, Laura 

(Chapin, SC) 

Senior. Psychology 

Hogan, Mark Fitzmorris 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hohenwarter, Emily E. 

(Beaufort, SC) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Hoke, Raleigh C. 

(Hannibal, MO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hokenek, Selma 

(Yorktown, NY) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 



Holcomb-Bolanos, Alexandra M 

(Starkville, MS) 

Senior, Marketing 

Holderer, Julie Nicole 

(Zurich. Switzerland) 

Senior. Psychology. Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Water Ski Club, Skydiving Club 

Holdgraf. Christopher Ramsay 

(Fairway, KS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Holko, Andrew J. 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Holland, Pamela M. 

(Decatur. GA) 

Senior, PHLM 

Holliday, Felicia 

(Luling, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Holliday, Timothy A. 

(Carmel, CA) 

3L, Law 

Hollier, Jeremy 

(Destin, FL) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Hollies, Kristen Ann 

(Rockville, MD) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Hollingsworth, Elizabeth A 

(Middletown. Rl) 

GM, International Development 

Hollman, Amanda M 

(Canandaigua, NY) 

Senior, Psychology 

Hollomon, Thomas Whitten 

(Tumwater, WA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Holloway, Shawn B. 

(Linwood, NJ) 

Junior, Legal Studies, Finance 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Hollyman, Helen Leigh 

(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Holman, Chastity Sharna 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Holmes, James A 

(Buies Creek, NC) 

3L, Law 

Holmes, Kelly M. 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

Swimming Club 

Holmes, Marcia E. 

(Westwego, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Holroyd, Emily K. 

(Greenwich, CT) 

Senior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Newcomb 

College Senate 

Holscher, Joshua Brandon 

(Champlin, MN) 

Senior, Music 

Holsinger, Julie M. 

(Harrisonburg, VA) 

LS, Law 

Holstine, Megan P. 

(Petaluma. CA) 

Sophomore, Psychology, Ecology 

and Evolutionary Biology 

Hullabaloo 

Holt, Larkin Shawn 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Holt, Megan J 

(Tuscumbia. AL) 

GD, English 

Holt, Samantha Lauren 

(Winston Salem, NC) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Holt, Scott Michael, Jr 

(Crown Point, LA) 

Junior, Management 

Holtzman, Maia M 

3L, Law 



Homan, Wayne F, Jr 

(Wolcott, NY) 

MD2, Medicine 

Homer, Andrew W 

(N. Kingstown, Rl) 

1 L, Law 

Homer, Elizabeth Anne 

(Luling. LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Homison, Naomi Chandra 

(Allison Park, PA) 

Sophomore, Architecture, English 

Green Wave Ambassadors, 

Architecture Student Body, 

Ultimate Frisbee Club-Women's 

Hong, Deborah 

(Los Altos Hills, CA) 

Senior, English 

Hong, Suk Woo 

(Wilmette, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hongsawat, Chirapa 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Hood, Brandy A 

(Tuscaloosa, AL) 

1 L, Law 

Hood, Corrie N. 

(Saginaw, TX) 

FYR, Architecture 

Hood, Ryan R 

(Billings, MT) 

MD2, Medicine 

Hoogerwerf, Stanley R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Sociology 

Hooper, Ashley E. 

(St Charles, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hooper, Joseph 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Physics 

Hoopes, Benjamin Samuel 

(Newton, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hoover, Robert C. 

(Katy, TX) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Hoover, Thomas Mcmillan 

(White Bluff, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hopely, Kathleen R 

(Yardley, PA) 

Senior, Finance 

Gymnastics Club 

Hopkins, Emily Ann 

(Arlington, VA) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Hopkins, Maggie L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Hoppe, Jennifer F. 

(New York City, NY) 

Senior, Accounting 

Horam, Elorice A 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Horan, Victoria E. 

(Wilton, CT) 

Junior, Mathematics 

Horen, Edward "Andrew 

(New York. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Horgan, Erin R. 

(Harahan, LA) 

GM, Health 

Communication/Education 

Horing, Aurell Kinneret Z. 

(Kansas City, MO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Horn, Diana 

(Coral Gables, FL) 

Senior, Management 

Horn, Elaine Larkie 

(Raleigh, NC) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Horn, Jennifer Lee 

(Northbrook, IL) 

Senior, Psychology 

Horn, Sherman W., Ill 

(Dimondale, Ml) 

Graduate, Anthropology 



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Horn. Timothy 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Paralegal Studies 

Home, Bethany E. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Horner. Jennifer E. 

(Salisbury, MD) 

Senior. English. French 

Horner. Jonathan 

(Salisbury. MD) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Horowitz. Tova D. 

(Covington. LA) 

Sophomore, Communication. 

Linguistics 

Hullabaloo. Alpha Lambda Delta 

Honor Society. Pre-Law Society 

Horst. William 

(North Richland Hills, TX) 

Masters, Business 

Graduate Business Council 

Horstman, Kate D. 

(Fredericksburg, TX) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Horton, Chad M 

(Webster, NY) 

1 L. Law 

Horton, James Randall 

(Franklin. LA) 

Senior. Chemistry 

Horton Lindsay 

(Piano, TX) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Horton, Whitney Erin 

(Ft. Worth. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Horvath, Rachel 

(Fairfax Station, VA) 

Junior. Psychology 

Swimming Club. Pi Beta Phi. Hillel 

Horwitz, Andrew C. 

(Glencoe. IL) 

Sophomore, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Horwitz. Elizabeth Rosalie 

(Havertown, PA) 

Freshman. Architecture 

Hoskinson, Tracy Paulette 

(Pelham. NY) 

2L. Law 

Hossain. Benaz 

(S. Barrington. IL) 

Senior. Communication 

Hosselkus. Erika R 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. History 

Hotard, Lauren Ruth 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Junior. English 

Hotard, Timothy 

(Gretna. LA) 

GM. Finance, Management 

Graduate Business Council, 

Toastmasters' International 

Hotard Mi. Alvin A. 

(Slidell, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hou Aaron 

(San Francisco, CA) 

3L, Law 

Houchard Andrea Christelle 

(Plain City. OH) 

GD. Philosophy 

Houpt, Allison 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Junior. Accounting 

Hourguettes Lynn C 

(Jefferson. LA) 

Sophomore. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Hourigan. Robert Mark 

(Louisville. KY) 

Freshman. Spanish. Accounting 

Rowing. The Jambalaya 

Yearbook. Rock Climbing Club 

House Randall Robert 

(Avon. CT) 

Junior. Marketing 

House, Samuel F. 

(Seattle. WA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Housholder, Anne L 

(Wichita, KS) 

MD2. Medicine 

Houslnger, Lucas 

(League City, TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Hovas Laura Elizabeth 

(Dallas. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Green Club. 

College Democrats 

Hovell, Kacle R. 

(Hurley. MS) 

Senior, Anthropology, Earth 

Sciences 

Howard. Ann C. 

(Galesville, Wl) 

Senior, Ecology and Evolutionary 

Biology, Anthropology 

College Democrats, Phi Sigma Pi 

Honor Society. Horseback Riding 

Instructor at City Park 

Howard. Aubrey Ann 

(Crescent, MO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Howard, Chazz R. 

(Nashville. TN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Howard, David Christopher 

(Franklin. TN) 

Senior. Computer Science 

Howard, Elizabeth Jane 

(Washburn, ME) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Howard, Jessi Leigh 

(Dallas, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service, Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Pre-Medical Society 

We love you Jessi- 

Congratulations on completing 

your freshman year at Tulane! XO 

Beezy, Dad & Kelsey 

Howard, Michael B 

(Diamondhead, MS) 

1 L, Law 

Howard, Wandalyn 

(Marrero. LA) 

Sophomore, Applied Business 

Howe, Katelyn Christine 

(Smithfield, Rl) 

Freshman, Theater, Music 

Howell. Daniel 

(Tolleson, AZ) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Howell, Danielle Elizabeth 

(Dallas. TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Howell Dustin Homer 

(Gautier, MS) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Howell, Houston W 

3L, Law 

Howell, Lucius 

(Birmingham, AL) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Howells, Ashley N. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Howington Wallace Claire 

1 L. Law 

Howkins Kristin Madison 

(Coral Gables. FL) 

Junior. International 

Development. Finance 

Congratulations on a successful 

year! We Love you always Mom 

&Dad 

Hoyle, Jeffrey Dean 

(Gonzales. LA) 

Junior. Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Hoyt, Lindsey A. 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior. Art History 

Hrapmann. Jessie Lynn 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 



Hrobowskl, Yancey M 

(Chicago. IL) 

GD. Microbiology/Immunology 

Hrostowski, Susan 

(Hattiesburg, MS) 

GD. Social Work 

Hsla, Jennller Summer 

(Thibodaux, LA) 

I L. Law 

Hsiao. Chung Wei 

GM, Business 

Hsiao, Lennie 

(Snellville, GA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hsieh. Yl-Fang 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Hsu. Li Ming 

GM, Executive MBA 

Hsueh, Ya-Hui 

GD, Biostafistics 

Hsueh-Ju, Kuo 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Hu, Chung-Yuan 

GM, Epidemiology 

Philosophy Club 

Hu. Hsin-Lan 

LD, Law 

Hu, Qingyuan 

(Lanzhou, China) 

GD, Chemical Engineering 

Hu, Ting 

GD, Economics 

Huang, Chia-Hui 

GM, Executive MBA 

Huang, Chris 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Huang, Chung-Yu 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Huang, Hsiao-Ling 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Huang, Janet 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Huang, Ju-Hsiu 

GM, Executive MBA 

Huang, Minghui 

GM. Executive MBA 

Huang. Philip Seamus 

(Carmel, IN) 

Senior, Spanish 

Congratulations on graduating. 

Love Mom and Dad! 

Huang, Shuqing 

GD, Computer Science 

Huang, Tina Yiting 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Huang, Wei Chiao Jeffrey 

GM. Executive MBA 

Huang, Wei-Ting 

(Taipei, Taiwan) 

Graduate, Human Genetics 

Huang, Xun 

GD, Chemistry 

Huban Kellen P. 

(Dalton, MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hubbell, Amie Kathleen 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Art History 

Huber. Michael G. 

(Frederick. MD) 

GD, Physics 

Huber. Thomas Joseph II 

Senior, Media Arts 

Huchingson, James Andrew 

(Miami. FL) 

MD4. Medicine 

Huckabay, Shane S 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Theatre 

Hucke, Kyle Jacob 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Junior, Psychology 

Hude Keith E 

(Orange, TX) 

MD4. Medicine 



Hudon, David Travis 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hudson Daniel Ross 

(New Hope. MN) 

Sophomore. Engineering 

Hudson. Danlell Catrine 

(Memphis. TN) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Hudson. David Thomas 

(Pearland. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Hudson. Lauren Druley 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior. English 

Hudson. Megan 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hue), Myriam R. 

GD. Anthropology 

Huff, Percy Lee, III 

(Greensburg. LA) 

Sophomore. Digital Design 

Hufnagel, Paul G 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Social Work 

Hugg, Joseph R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Hughes, Breanne Ruth 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Freshmqn, Undeclared 

Hughes, Jessica Caitlin 

(Spring, TX) 

Junior, Political Science 

Hughes, Jessica 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GM. Maternal And Child Health 

Hughes, Meriel 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Business 

Hughes, Robert M. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Hughes-Gonzales, Sylvia 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Hughey, Joel C 

(Columbia, MD) 

GM, International Development 

Hugunine, Ashley Stern 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Law 

Hugunine. Daniel Robert 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Law 

Huitt, Perri Michelle 

(Morganton, NC) 

Junior. Cell &. Molecular Biology 

Hulett, Cidney S 

(Jonesboro, AR) 

MD4. Medicine. Public Health - 

Epidemiology 

American Medical Student 

Association 

Hulette Malisa Mae 

(Slidell. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Hull, Karlie Ann 

(Jefferson, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Hull. Timothy Taylor 

(Kinnelon, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hulsey. Kevin 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Busn/Management 

Hummel Andrew John 

(Valdosta. GA) 

Junior. Chemistry 

Hummel Robin Elizabeth 

(Shreveport. LA) 

GM. Theatre 

Hummer Jane Ann 

(Kansas City. MO) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Humphrey Andrea C 

Doctoral. International Health 



Humphrey, Hannah K 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Junior. Anthropology. Classical 

Studies 

Hunerkoch. Christopher Andrew 

{Metropolis. IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Hung, Chio-Chun 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Hunt. Adele 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Latin American Studies 

Hunt. Laura 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Junior. Art History. Philosophy 

Hunt. Robert III 

(Fryeburg. ME) 

GD. Cell & Molecular Biology. 

Neuroscience 

Hunter, Alicia Parker 

(Carrollton, TX) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Hunter Danielle E 

(Kenner. LA) 

3L. Law 

Hunter D Mark L 

(New Orteons. LA) 

GM, Electrical Engineering 

Hunter. Evelyn Scharf 

(Chicago, IL) 

GD. English 

Hunter. Jeffrey B. 

(Eagle River. AK) 

Senior. Civil Engineering 

Hunter Stephen 

(Newport. South Wales. UK) 

Masters. Health Systems 

Management 

Hunter. Tracy Lynn 

(Marrero. LA) 

Masters. Health Systems 

Management 

Hunting, Kristin Blair 

(Redmond. WA) 

Freshman. Architecture 

Hupin Suzerte C. 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Paralegal Studies 

Huppi Kotherine 

(Reston. VA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Hurdle Rachel Elise 

(Holly Springs. MS) 

Junior. Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy 

Hurley Chelsee 

(Simi Valley. CA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Hurtado Fernando Martin 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Alumni. Economics 

Hurwitz Brandon Lee 

(Austin. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

You make us proud! Love you. 

Mom and Dad 

Hurwitz Matthew Peter 

(Irvinglon. NY) 

Sophomore. Communicatioo 

Husain Amna 

(Slidell. LA| 

GM. Social Work 

Hussein Atrl Mahmoud 

(Weston. FL) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Husser Stegman Rachael T. 

(K'rtwood. MO) 

Junior. PELE. Economics 

Residence Hall Association. 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity. Tulane 

University Athletic Manager 

Hust Anne 

(Scottsdale. A2) 

GM. International Health 

Hutcherson Tyler Burton 

(Gordonsville. VA) 

Junior. Architecture 

Hutchinson Aaron J 

(Tampa. FL) 

2L. Law 



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Hutchinson, Nicole S. 

(Calabasas, CA) 
Junior, Pol Sci/Am Politics 8. 
Policy, Women's Studies 
Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society, 
College Democrats, Residence 
Hall Association, Intensive 
Newcomb 

Hutchison, Christine M. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Chemical 
Engineering 
Huth. Alisa Marie 
(Pittsburgh, PA) 
Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation, Italian 
Community Action Council of 
Tulane University Students 
Huther, Deborah Lynn 
(Madisonville, LA) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Hutson, Louis 
(Mandeville, LA) 
Senior, Computer Science 
Hutter, George Rice 
(New Canaan, CT) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Hutter, Jack Nathan, Jr 
(Maryville. TN) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Hutter, Melissa Anne 
(Livingston, NJ) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Dear Melissa, We love you. Mom 
and Dad 

Hutton, Thomas G. 
(Burke, VA) 
Senior, History 
Hutzler, Krystal L 
(Mandeville, LA) 
Junior. Undeclared 
1L Class (Law School), Law and 
Philosophy 
Huver, Whitney E. 
(Noblesville, IN) 
Sophomore, Architecture 
Hux, Matthew 
(Sikeston, MO) 
GM, Architecture 
Huynh. Due H. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Environmental Biology, 
Asian Studies 
Hyde, Elizabeth 
(New Rochelle, NY) 
Senior, Psychology 
Hyman. Brett Nathan 
(Calabasas, CA) 
Senior, Management 
Facing adversity you were a shin- 
ing light. May your future be as 
bright as your past. Love, Mom 
&Dad 

Hyman, Daniel S. 
(Bellmore, NY) 
Freshman, Political Science 
Hynes, Helen M 
(Lighthouse, FL) 
2L, Law 

Hysaw, Courtney R 
(Algiers, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
lannuzzi, Katherine Lee 
(Demarest. NJ) 
3L, Law 

larocci, Anthony Joseph, III 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
larocci, Emily A. 
(Carefree, AZ) 

Masters, Cell & Molecular Biology 
larussi, Andrew John 
(Shaker Heights, OH) 
FYR, Architecture 
Ibeanu, Okechukwu 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM. Maternal And Child Health 
lida, Shuhei 
(Tokyo, Japan) 
LM, Admiralty 
Ikemire. Paul A 
(Sacramento, CA) 
MD1, Medicine 



lllidge, Bethany L 

(Moultrie. GA) 

GM. Latin American Studies 

lllsley, John W. 

(Hammond, LA) 

GM, International Development 

Impastato, Sideny V 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Impastato, Vincent Paul 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Public Relations 

Ingraham, Robert B. 

(Tulsa, OK) 

Sophomore, Undeclared . 

Ingram, Brittanie D. 

(Amory, MS) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Ingram, Bryant J. 

(River Forest, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Innes, Matt John Walrond 

(New Orleans, LA) 

LM, Admiralty 

Inoue, Shuntaro 

(Tokyo. Japan) 

GD, Law 

Insler, Charles N 

(Atlanta, GA) 

3L, Law 

lonescu, Marcel C 

(Brasov, Romania) 

GD, Sociology 

lovettz-Tereshchenko, Nadia Sky 

(Burlingame, CA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Tulane Emergency Medicine 

Interest Group, American 

Medical Association - Medical 

Student Sec, American Medical 

Student Association, 

Snowboarding. Figure Skating, 

Dancing 

Ippolito, Jessica L 

(Murrieta, CA) 

Senior, Theatre, Women's Studies 

Tulane-Newcomb Choir. Ballroom 

Dance Club, Student Alumni 

Ambassador, French Minor, Pre- 

Law Society, Intensive Newcomb 

Iqbal, Ahmad 

(Harvey, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Iqbal, Raja Tanveer 

(Karachi, Pakistan) 

GD, Computer Science 

Irigoyen, Luis 

(Chile) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Irvin. Brittany Callan 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Irving, Deitrich Lemar 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Irving, James Michael 

(Loudonville. NY) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Isaacson, Diane Lynn 

(Marietta, GA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Isenmann, Kathryn A. 

(The Woodlands, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Islam, Tabeen Karisma 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ismailaj, Flora 

(Tirana, Albania) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Israel, Drew S. 

(Northbrook, IL) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Israel, Eric B 

(Northbrook, IL) 

Senior, Finance 

Issler, Jessica 

(Wolfsburg) 

Senior, Media Arts, Spdnish 



Ito, Jeffrey Y. 

(Walnut Creek. CA) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

lu, Yu-Kun 

GM, Executive MBA 

Ivanov, Maria P. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Ivanovo, Biliana Petrova 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Iverson, Maureen K. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Studio Art, 

Psychology 

WTUL, SYNERGY, Tulane Second 

Line Club, Badminton 

Ivester, Lauren Jewell 

(Jackson, MO) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Ivey, Nathaniel S 

(Charlottesville, VA) 

GD, Neuroscience 

Ivy, Chris Henry 

(San Francisco, CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Iyengar, Vijeth 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Izfar, Osman Syed 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclcred 

Jabara, Benjamin J 

(Richland, WA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Jaberi, Parham 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Jabido. Janice Veronica 

(Piscataway, NJ) 

3L, Law 

Tulane Law Review 

Jablonska Barbara E. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

SPG, Mathematics 

Jacklin, Taggart Duane 

(Post Falls, ID) 

Sophomore. Legal Studies in 

Business, Economics 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Jackson, Carlis Wesley 

(Slidell, LA) 

Sophomore. Social Sciences 

Jackson, Carol Elaine 

(Oracle, AZ) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Jackson. Caroline Nguyen 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Music 

Tulane Anime and Manga 

Society 

Jackson, Charlean 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jackson, Christopher M. 

(Columbus, GA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Alpha Phi Alpha 

Jackson, Christopher Ryan 

(Harvey, LA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Jackson, Daniel Paul 

(Buffalo, NY) 

Senior, English, Philosophy 

Hullabaloo 

Jackson, Jane A 

(Godfrey, IL) 

Senior, Philosophy 

Jackson, Jovon Cortez 

(St Petersburg, FL) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Jackson, Kesmic A 

(Brookhaven, MS) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 



Jackson, Luther I, Jr 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Sigma Alpha, 

Mem: Nat'l Hon Soc & Natl 

Dean's List 

Jackson, Sandy 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior. Social Sciences 

Jackson, Thomas H 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Jackson, Tim E. 

(Oxford. OH) 

Senior. Psychology 

Psi Chi Honor Society. Phi Sigma 

Pi Honor Society 

Congratulations Tim! We're proud 

of you. Ail the best in the years 

ahead. Dad, Mom & Chris 

Jackson, Vedia Jones 

(Harvey, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Jackson, Veronica 

(Scott, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jackson-Kennedy, Keisha M. A. 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior, Business 

Jaco, Margaret A. 

(Jackson. TN) 

Freshman, Psychology, Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi, College Democrats, 

Service Learning 

Jacob, Anne-Marie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Jacob, Christian D 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Jacob, Jazmine B. 

(Hammond, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Jacob, Jessica A. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Classical Studies 

To a wonderful daughter. We're 

all so proud of youi Love. Mom, 

John, Pops, Uncle Dude, Spud & 

Michael 

Jacob, Matthew Lowry 

(Laplace, LA) 

Masters, Business 

Graduate Business Council 

Jacobowski, Katie A. 

(Lemont, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jacobs, Garrett Loren 

(Highland Park, IL) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Jacobs, Mary E. 

(Godfrey, IL) 

Junior, Accounting 

Jacobs, Stephen 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Latin American Studies 

Jacobs, Thomas Corey 

(Sterlington, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jacobsen, Kevin 

(Potomac, MD) 

Junior, Psychology 

Katrina couldn't stop you, Kev. 

Keep up the great work. Love 

you. 

Jacobson, Amy Lynne 

(Metairie, LA) 

2L. Law 

Jacobson, Ashley 

(Dallas, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jacobson. Jessica Ariel 

(Cortlandt Manor, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jacobson, John Christian 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jacobson, Stephen Mark 

(Houston, TX) 

2L, Law 

Jacobson, Travis 

(Niceville, FL) 

Senior, Physics 



Jacoby, Andrew K 

(New Orleans, LA) 

IL, Law 

Jacques, Treeva Marie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Jaeger, Alexandra K. 

(Saint Helena. CA) 

Junior, Management 

Jaffe, Jessica Rachel 

(Wallingford. PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jaffe, Sarah K. 

(Dickinson, ND) 

GD, History 

Jahier, Andrew Scott 

(Dix Hills. NY) 

Senior, Management 

Jahncke Amanda Davis 

(Greenwich, CT) 

Junior, French 

Jahncke, Elizabeth A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Health 

Jahncke, Redington Townsend 

(Greenwich, CT) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Jahnke, Lori Michelle 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Anthropology 

Jain, Amit Satish 

(Mumbai, India) 

GD, Chemical Engineering 

Ping Pong, Indian Association of 

Tulane University, Swimming Club 

Jain, Swati 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

Freshman, Biological Chemistry, 

Mathematics 

Pre-Medical Society, Indian 

Association of Tulane University, 

Multicultural Council 

Jaksch, Helen Christine 

(El Paso. TX) 

Freshman, Theater, English 

Tulane-Newcomb Choir, 

Residence Hall Association, 

Tulane University Theatre, Tulane 

University Music 

Jambhekar, Amani V. 

(Friendswood, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

James, Catina Lynette 

(Gretna, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

James, John 

(OFallon, MO) 

1 L, Law 

James, Kimone M 

MD4, Medicine 

James, Rory G 

(Chicago, IL) 

GM, Epidemiology 

James, Venesta 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Jamison, Cornelius Dijon 

(Ayden, NC) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

School of Public Health & 

Tropical Medicine SGA, 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students, 

Society of Young Black Public 

Health Professionals 

Janani, Crystal S 

(Baton Rogue, LA) 

Janas, Elisha Marie 

(Fulton, NY) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Janeau, Michele Hope 

(Marrero, LA) 

Freshman, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Janklow, David Michael 

(Westfield, NJ) 

Senior, Latin American Studies 

Jansen, Rebecca Marie 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 



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Jardlne, Kara Lee 

(Tucson, AZ) 

Sophomore, Art History 

Jarmon, Faith Klnsetta 

(Washington, DC) 

GD, Latin American Studies 

Jarrell, Jonathan 

(Davenport, IA| 

Junior, PHLM 

Jarrott, Winston J 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Jarvls Laura C 

|Woburn, MA) 

Sophomore. Anthropology, 

French 

Amnesty International, Field 

Hockey Club 

Jasie, Matthew Philip 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Rowing 

Jay, Jonathan Daniel 

(Loveland, CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jayaram, Navin H. 

(Indianapolis, IN) 

3L. Law 

Public Interest Law Foundation 

Jeantreau, Michael 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jeansonne, Duane 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Jefteries, Steven Ryan 

(Kemah. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Jeffers, James 

(Petersburg, WV) 

Junior. Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Jetferson, Amanda 

(Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Jefferson, Christina Domenique 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

Jefferson, Iris J. 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Senior, Journalism 

Jefferson, Jonathan 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Jefferson Kirk 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jefferson, Maurice R. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Jelen, Justin Ryan 

(Darien, IL) 

Junior, Exercise Science 

Jelln. Benjamin 

(New York, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jelling, Morgan 

(Woodcliff Lake, NJ) 

Junior, Management 

Jenkins. Angela James 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jenkins, Anjela Nicole 

(Missouri City. TX) 

Junior. Latin American Studies. 

Political Science 

Cheerleader, Amnesty 

International 

Jenkins, Kelly A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

2L. Law 

Jenks. Lisa J 

(Covington, GA) 

Senior. Finance, Spanish 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society 

Jennings, Chandra Miletta 

(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Jennings John D. 

(Fernandina. FL) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 



Jennings, Scott Robert 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 

Fencing Club. Indian Association 

of Tulane University 

Jennlskens. Taml Gomez 

(Crown Point, LA) 

Junior, Social Sciences 

Jensen, Almee L. 

(Sandy. UT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jensen, Elizabeth Ann 

(Logan. UT) 

GD, Neuroscience 

Jensen, Jamie E 

(Galveston, TX) 

I L, Law 

Jensen Owen Fowler 

(Moore, SC) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Jentes, Emily Susan 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Parasitology 

Jerolleman, Kelly R. 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GM, Social Work 

Jeske, Michael Paul 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Senior, Finance, Economics 

Jester Anna Veronica 

(Kenner. LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Jewell, Corey Clayton 

(Rogersville, AL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Jiang, Ren 

GM, Executive MBA 

Jie, Xiao 

(Dongxiang, China) 

GD. Biomedical Engineering 

Jigger, Alex 

(San Carlos. CA) 

Undergraduate. Management. 

English 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Obstetrics & Gynecology Interest 

Group, Volunteer Income Tax 

Assistance 

Jim Jr, Barry 

(Philadelphia, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Jiran, Carey N. 

(Greenacres. FL) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience 

Jirapongsuwan, Ann 

(Phrae) 

GD. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Joaquin, Jenna 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering, 

Business 

Delta Xi Nu, American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers. Asian 

American Students United 

Jobe, Tiffany D 

(Richland Hills, TX) 

Junior, Environmental 

Geoscience 

Jocius, Robin K. 

(Valparaiso. IN) 

Senior, Art History 

Joe, Derrick Anthony 

(San Antonio. TX) 

Sophomore. Mechanical 

Engineering 

Joffe, Michelle Lauren 

(Slidell. LA) 

GM, International Health 

Johansen, Kristina A 

(Fresno. CA) 

MD3. Medicine 

John, Scott M 

(Franklin. LA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Johnson Aaron Dale 

(Slidell. LA) 

GD, Pharmacology 

Rugby Football Club-Women's. 

Tulane Medical School Rugby 

Johnson Allan M 

(College Station. TX) 

2L. Law 



Johnson. Allen F 
(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior. Casino Resort 
Management 

Johnson, Allen Mctavish Jr 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM. Political Science 

Johnson, Alvln, III 

(Harvey, LA) 

Sophomore. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Johnson. April Rochell 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Johnson, Benjamin C. 

(Washington. DC) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Johnson, Benjamin Dozier 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Johnson, Bridget E. 

(Essex, CT) 

Senior, Architecture 

Johnson, Bridget Rene' 

(Pineville, LA) 

3L, Law 

Johnson, Brooke A. 

(Maitland. FL) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Johnson, Bruce Nicholas 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Johnson, Caroline 

(Birmingham. AL) 

Junior, French, Linguistics 

Rugby Football Club-Women's, 

Tulane Meditation Club, 

Volleyball Club, French Table 

What you did today? This makes 

me curious you see. 

Johnson, Catrina P, 

(Natchez. MS) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Johnson, Chassidy N. 

(Denver, CO) 

GD, Microbiology/Immunology 

Johnson, Cheryl Lynne 

(Ventura, CA) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

German Language and 

Literature 

Chi Omega, Newcomb College 

Senate, Green Wave 

Ambassadors 

Johnson, Chona Aranda 

(Philadelphia, MS) 

Freshman, Casino Resort 

Management 

Johnson, Cole Allen 

(Bearden, AR) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering, 

Management 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, Biomedical 

Engineering Society, Indoor 

Soccer 

Johnson, Colleen Winder 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Johnson, Daniel H 

(Rockville, MD) 

MD4, Medicine, Public Health - 

Global Community Health 

Johnson Danielle 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Johnson Drew Turner 

(Prairie Village. KS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Johnson, James M 

(Metairie. LA) 

I L. Law 

Johnson, Jeffrey Clinton 

(Shreveport. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Johnson Jenniter A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MDI. Medicine 



Johnson Jenniter J 

(Corsicana. TX) 

3L. Law 

3L Class (Law School). Black Law 

Students Association, Tulane Law 

School Honor Board, Tulane Moot 

Court Board 

Johnson. Jessica Andrea 

(Portland. OR) 

Sophomore. Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Pre-Medical Society 

Johnson. Jessika Kathleen 

(San Anselmo. CA) 

2L. Law 

Johnson, Julian Evan 

Junior. Computer Engineering 

Johnson. Kathryn Rebecca 

(Hoover, AL) 

Senior, Anthropology. Ecology 

and Evolutionary Biology 

Habitat for Humanity 

Johnson, Latoya N 

(Houston, TX) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Johnson, Liza-Marie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD4. Medicine 

Johnson, Megan H 

(Bayville, NJ) 

1 L. Law 

Johnson, Michael 

(Alexandria. LA) 

Junior, Individually Designed 

Major 

Johnson, Pamela Charles 

(Euless, TX) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Johnson. Peter Francis 

(Lexington, KY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Johnson, Rebecca Faye 

(Long Grove, IL) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Johnson, Roneka L 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior. Psychology 

Johnson, Ross 

(Nashville. TN) 

Senior. Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Johnson, Ryan S 

(Mill Valley, CA) 

Senior. Russian 

Johnson, Samantha 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Junior, Psychology, Spanish 

Johnson, Sara A 

(Buffalo. NY) 

2L. Law 

Johnson, Shane 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Johnson, Steven 

(Lansing, Ml) 

Junior. Mechanical Engineering 

Johnson, Tessa N. 

(Red Wing, MN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Johnson, Trava La Shelle 

(Marrero. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Johnson Whitney Elizabeth 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Sophomore. English. Classical 

Studies 

Media Board. Literary 

Society /Tulane Review. Fencing 

Club 

Johnston Christopher Kyle 

(New Orleans. LA) 

1 L. Law 

Johnston Kelly Patricio 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Johnston Summer 

(Centerport. NY) 

Freshman, Psychology. Digital 

Media Production 

Johnston Teresa Moore 

(Carthage. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Joliol Jonathan M 

(Waterford. Ml) 

MD2. Medicine 

Jones. Abbott M 

(Birmingham. AL) 

1 L. Law 

Jones, Adonnls 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Public Relations 

Jones. Anne P 

(St Louis. MO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Jones. Bullard W. 

(Midland. TX) 

Junior. Environmental Biology 

Jones. Carmen M 

GD. Social Work 

Jones, Catherine Elizabeth 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Jones. Christopher B 

(New Orleons. LA) 

Senior. English 

Jones, Clayton G. 

(St. Albans. MO) 

Senior. Management 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Jones. Deon Elizabeth 

(Kenner. LA) 

Senior. Computer Info Systems 

Jones. Deonne 

(Avondole. LA) 

Sophomore. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Jones Erin Kathleen 

(Hinsdale. IL) 

Senior. Latin American Studies 

Jones Faro S 

(Minneapolis. MN) 

GM. Nutrition 

Jones, Frederick Douglas 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Jones Gabriel 

(Sulphur. LA) 

Senior. Finance 

Jones Galen O. 

(Mobile. AL) 

Masters. Psychology 

Jones James 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Jones Jordan Elaine 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman. Sociology. Art History 

WTUL. College Democrats. 

Service Learning 

Jones Joy L 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. International Development 

Jones Katherine S. 

(Greensboro. NC) 

Junior, PELE 

Jones Kerri Lynne 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Chemical Engineering 

Jones Kristen E 

(Philadelphia. PA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Jones Laquenla A. 

(Gretna. LA) 

Sophomore. Computer Info 

Systems 

Jones Lloyd 

(Slidell. LA| 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Jones Lori-Ann Camille 

(Toronto. Ontario. Canada) 

IL. Law 

IL Class (Law School). Black Law 

Students Association 

Jones Malia L 

(Crested Butte. CO) 

Junior. Enc 

Jones Marne A 

(Lebanon. MO) 

2L. Law 

Jones Maya A 

(Seattle. WA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Jones Nahlisha M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, undeclared 



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Jones, Nathan Benton 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Jones, Nathaniel 

(Slidell, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Jones, Pamela S 

(Santa Barbara, CA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Jones, Rachel Nicole 

(N. Port, FL) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Jones, Tamara Daniel 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Jones, Tiffany M 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Graduate, Epidemiology 

Delta Sigma Theta, Omicron 

Delta Kappa Honor Society 

Jones, Tomi Rene 

(Diamondhead, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Jones, Tori 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jones, Trevor Colin 

(Englewood, CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Jones, Ty C 

(Kent, WA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Jones, Williemae 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Jones, Zoe Tamara 

(Lansdale, PA) 

GM, Public Health And Trop Med 

Jonsson, Derek 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jordan, Megan 

(Setauket, NY) 

Senior, Political Science 

Jordan, Nicholas B. 

(Hattiesburg. MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jordan, Nicholas Garner 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Jordan, Paul Victor 

(Chapel Hill. NC) 

Junior. History 

Jorden, William 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Joseph, Ashley Nicole 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Masters, Tropical Medicine 

School of Public Health & 

Tropical Medicine SGA, Society 

of Young Black Public Health 

Professionals, Student National 

Medical Association 

Joseph, Cherie T 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Joseph, Immanual Sundar 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Joseph, Jenna Danielle 

(Wayside. NJ) 

Freshman, Neuroscience, Jewish 

Studies 

Hillel, Tulane Hullabaloo, 

Volunteer Work 

Joseph, Lauren B. 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Junior, English 

Joseph, Patricia Jo 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Joseph, Stacie 

(Gretna, LA) 

Junior, Management 

Joseph, Tiffany 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Joshi, Prasanna Vijaykumar 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Joshi, Sunil Subash 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. English 



Jou, Jing-Wen Jane 

(Port Lavaca, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Journagin, Angelica H 

(Rockvale, TN) 

2L. Law 

Joy, Brigitte A 

(E. Greenwich, Rl) 

Senior, Finance 

Joya, Carlos Andres 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Joyce, Margaret Farish 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Joye, Ciara N. 

(Grand Coteau, LA) 

Sophomore, Economics, French 

Joyner, Mark Patrick 

(Western Springs, IL) 

Junior, History, Art History 

Joyner, William S. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Classical Studies 

Juarez, Stephanie M. 

(Boutte, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Judd, Caroline Elizabeth 

(Lancaster, PA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Juengst, Kevin J. 

(Holyoke, MA) 

Junior, Computer Science, 

Mathematics 

Juergens, Helen F. 

(Dunedin, FL) 

Senior, Architecture 

Juhas, Jonathan 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jumblatt, Danny 

(Potomac, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Jumonville, Andrea Marie 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, Marketing, Psychology 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, Hullabaloo, 

Freeman Student Government 

Juneau, Kelly G. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

3L, Law 

Tulane Law Review 

Jungman. Robert J 

(Ruston, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Junius, Sacha Mary 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Jupiter, Kendra D 

(Napoleonville, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Jurkovic, Ryan A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Jurlina, Jelena 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Just, Bryan R 

(Lawrenceville, NJ) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Jutkowitz, Rachel Tova 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kaali, Thomas 

(Greenwich, CT) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Kaba. Kinkodi Didine 

GD, International Development 

Kadetz, Paul Matthias 

(New York, NY) 

GM, International Health 

Kadetz, Sarah 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Senior, Accounting 

Kadick, Nicholas Alexander 

(Esmont, VA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kady, Marjorye Rose 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Kady, Tammye A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences, Digital 

Media Production 

Kafoury, Jason L 

(Portland, OR) 

IL, Law 

Kahle, Sarah B. 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Senior, Finance 

Kahn, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Dallas, TX) 

Senior, Art History 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Kahn, Leonel Alan 

(Eugene, OR) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kahn, Sonia 

(Potomac, MD) 

Junior, Psychology 

Kahrs, Bjoern Alexander 

(Goettingen, Germany) 

GD, Psychology 

Basketball, Student Bar 

Association 

Kailas, Sudha Rani 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Special Medical, Neuroscience 

Medicine and Art, SYNERGY, 

Phoenix Society, GNOSN, Music 

in Medicine, Sarba 

Kaiser, Alexandra Perry 

(Long Beach, NY) 

Sophomore, Ecology &. Evol 

Biology 

Black Law Students Association, 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Kaiser, Ian David 

(Atlantic Bch, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kaiser, Jacqueline R. 

(Humble, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Kaldewey, Helma 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Kale, Jake 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Sophomore, Communication, 

Consumer Behavior - Marketing 

Tulane College Senate, Alpha 

Kappa Psi - Professional Business 

Fraternity 

Kalec, Melissa Wasson 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Business 

Kallinen, Brandon Lee 

(Lakewood, CA) 

GM, Philosophy 

Kallman, Holly 

(Lancaster, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kallmyer, Matthew A. 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Kalnitsky, Gregory 

(Long Beach, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kalos, Elizabeth A 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

GD, English 

Kamath, Mithun B. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, History, Music 

Pre-Law Society, Tuiane 

Orchestra, Indian Association of 

Tulane University, College 

Democrats 

Kambouris, Antonios 

(New York City, NY) 

Sophomore, Exercise Science 

Tulane Exercise and Sports 

Science Society, Volleyball Club 

Kamin, Abbie Jordana 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Kamin, Philip S. 

(Pittsburg, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Kaminski, Julie A 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

Masters, Architecture 

Architecture Student Body, 

Travel, Art, Photography, Music 

We are very proud of you and 

your accomplishments. More 

than the moon. Love Mommy & 

Daddy 

Kaminstein, Lea Stacy 

(Scarsdale, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kandasamy, Lima Magesh 

Pandia Ran 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Kane, Anne Catherine 

(Alexandria, VA) 

Freshman, Anthropology 

Kane, Joshua 

(Tenafly. NJ) 

Junior, Finance 

Kane, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Holden, MA) 

Senior, Marketing 

Kaneko, Akie 

GM, International Health 

Kane-West, Jonah 

(Free Union, VA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kang, Seokyoung 

GD, Parasitology 

Kanga, Cyrus P. 

(Cherry Hill, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kang-Cho, SeokYoung 'Silver' 

(Seoul, Korea) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

ZELLE, Art & Literature, Martial Arts 

Kanimetova, Gauhar 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Business 

Kanjanavaikoon, Paiyarut 

(Mission Viejo, CA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Kanopoulos, Maria Nichole 

(Raleigh, NC) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kanter, Joseph M. 

(Palm Beach Gardens, FL) 

MDI, Medicine 

Kanter, Justin Charles 

(Long Grove, IL) 

Senior, History 

Kantor, Danielle Sara 

(Pleasantville, NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kantor, Perry Laine 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kantrow, Mari Abrahm 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Chi Omega, Psychology Club, 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society, Mortar Board 

Kanu, Nneka E 

(Richmond, TX) 

1 L, Law 

Kao, Wen Chieh 

GM, Business 

Kaplan, Adie S. 

(Needham, MA) 

FYR, Architecture 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Kaplan, Alexis Beth 

(Gahanna, OH) 

Senior, Jewish Studies 

Kaplan, Alyssa Rachel 

(Newton, MA) 

Senior, English 

Kaplan, Andrew Lee 

(New City, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kaplan, Benjamin Ryan 

(Leawood, KS) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kaplan, Bryan Seth 

(Long Beach, CA) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 



Kaplan, David Louis 

(Rose Valley, PA) 

Senior, Media Arts, Marketing 

Ice Hockey 

Kaplan, Jonathan Maxwell 

(New York, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kaplan, Mark 

(Old Westbury, NY) 

Senior, Finance 

Kaplan, Ross P. 

(Merrick, NY) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Delta Tau Delta 

Kapp, Bethany M 

(Mechanicsburg, PA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Kappel, Robert Brandon 

(Manalapan, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Karas, Victor Peter 

(Northbrook, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Karbaf, Elizabeth R. 

(Franklin, TN) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Karfunkle, Ben L. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Delta Tau Delta 

Karger, Craig 

(Weston, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kar-Gupta, Ronit 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Karlik, Lindsey F. 

(Cody, WY) 

Senior, Psychology 

Karlin, Lindsey Elizabeth 

(Tampa, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

This has been an incredible two 

years at Tulane, we're so proud 

of you! Love Mom and Allen 

Karlsson, Ragnar A. 

(Harahan, LA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Karnes, Kristoffer 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Karnik, Geeta Satish 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Karsen, Ross Joseph 

(Highland Park, IL) 

FYR, Architecture 

Karver, Jessie Lynn 

(Great Neck, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kase, Jaryd P. 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Junior, Political Science 

Kasiam, Lasi Onkin 

GD, International Development 

Kasin, Lindsay Denyse 

(Aiken, SC) 

Senior, Art Studio, Spanish 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Kasman, Jessica E. 

(Jericho, NY) 

Junior, Accounting 

Kasmir, Simon Carter 

(Dallas, TX) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Way to go Simom! We are so 

proud of you. Keep up the good 

work. Love, Mom. Dad & Max 

Kasper, Johanna Susan 

(Walpole, NH) 

Senior, PELE, Political Science 

Pi Beta Phi, Business Law Society 

Kass, Sarah 

(Bellaire, TX) 

Senior, Psychology, Jewish 

Studies 

Congratulations and Good Luck! 



258 • Directory 



Kothelser, Jenell Teron 
(Escondido. CA] 
Freshman. Management, 
International Development 
Ultimate Frisbee Club-Women's. 
Indoor Soccer. Soccer Club- 
Women's. Tutoring 
Katsiev, Khabibulakh 
GD. Physics 
Katsuragawa, Shoko 
(New York. NY) 
Sophomore. Psychology 
Kattner. Patrick R. 
(Saint Louis. MO) 
Sophomore. Architecture 
Katz. Alexander John 
(Larchmont. NY) 

Sophomore. History. Undeclared 
Katz, Allison Lee 
(Potomac. MD) 
Junior. Marketing 
Katz, Andrew Scott 
(Dallas, TX) 

Freshman, Biomedical 
Engineering, Spanish 
Residence Hall Association. 
Runner's Club, Tulane 
Engineering and Computer 
Science Honors Society 
Katz Benjamin J 
(Somersworth, NH) 
Senior. Finance 
Katz, Daniel G. 
(Calabasas, CA) 
Junior, Legal Studies 
Katz, Jonathan Stuart 
(New York, NY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Katz, Joshua N 
(New Orleans, LA) 
3L, Law 

Katz, Lauren Beth 
(Mamaroneck, NY) 
Junior, English 
Katz, Morgan 
(Lutherville, MD) 
Senior. Neuroscience 
Katz, Nathalia Gabrielle 
GM. Molecular & Cellular Biology 
Katz, William P 
(Gretna, LA) 
2L, Law 

Katzen, Stephen L. 
(Dallas. TX) 
Sophomore. Spanish 
Kauer, Kim 
(Mountain Rest, SC) 
GM, Environmental Health 
Sciences 
Kaufman, Bernice 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, Psychology 
Kaulman, Gabriela Victoria 
(Vacaville. CA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kaulman, Mark Elliot 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Senior. Legal Studies 
Kaulman Michael C. 
(Houston. TX) 
Senior. Finance 
Kaulman, Tori Beth 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman. Accounting, 
Management 
Kour, Kiran Navdeep 
(Tomball, TX) 
MD3, Medicine 
Kautz, Daniel Kramer 
(Lancaster. PA) 
Junior, Architecture 
Kavanagh, Kimberly Lynn 
(Houston, TX) 
Junior, Dance 
Kawakaml, Yuri A. 
(Rockport. MA) 
Freshman. English 
Kay Benjamin F 
(Valley Village. CA) 
Senior, Finance 



Kay. Jennifer Beth 

(Rockville. MD) 

Junior. Psychology 

Kay, Luke Timothy 

(Stamlord, CT) 

Freshman, Finance, Accounting 

Wrestling 

Kaynor, Santord Bull 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Kazazis. Michael A 

(Weslfield. NJ) 

Junior, Architecture 

Kazenmaier, Benjamin 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kazimov, Shirin 

(Baku. Azerbaijan) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Kbuor, Hnavi 

(Ban Me Thuot. Vietnam) 

GM. International Health 

Ke, William Y. 

(Belmont, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kean Adam C 

(Pebble Beach. CA) 

MD4, Medicine. Public Health - 

Health Infomatics 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association, Jewish 

Medical Student Organization, 

American Medical Student 

Association 

Kearney, Michael W 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Social Sciences 

Kearns Colin Thomas 

(Morris Plains. NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Keating, Brian William 

(Mequon, Wl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Keating, Chris Seth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Kebabian, Eleanor Willis 

(Wayland. MA) 

FYR. Architecture 

Keck, Jeanny A. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Afr & Afr Diaspora Studies 

Kee. Peter J 

(Laplace. LA) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Keelen, Kate Elizabeth 

(Tinton Falls. NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Keeline, Thomas John, Jr 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Senior, Classics / Latin, 

Mathematics 

Keels. Laura Jane 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Keen, Katherine Marie 

(Tampa. FL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Keenan, Sonja 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L, Law 

Keene Chad Burnham 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Keith. Erin 

(Colleyville. TX) 

GM. Architecture 

Kellar, Josh 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Kelleher. Michelle M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Theatre 

Keller Amelia P. 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Freshman. English 

Keller. Jacqueline Elaine 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Keller. Judy B 

(Harahan. LA) 

Senior. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Keller, Michael P. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore. Architecture 

Keller. Susan Grace 

(Kenner. LA) 

3L. Law 

Kelley. Andrew K. 

(Weston. CT) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Sharp. Evacuation, Kalrina. UolR. 

Australian, Orientation deja vu, 

PIKE, The Boot. ..journey continue 

Kelley. Elaine Mylie 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Kelley, James Roy, III 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Music 

Kelley, Lauren Janelle 

(Muncie, IN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kellogg, Paul S. 

(Southington, CT) 

Senior, Political Science 

Kelly. Alison Jean 

(Slidell. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kelly, Bridget Marie 

(Schertz, TX) 

Junior, Engineering 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers, Tulane Engineering 

and Computer Science Honors 

Society 

Kelly, Colleen C. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Communication 

Kelly. George 

(St.Paul, MN) 

Senior, Business 

Kelly, Kerri Ann 

(Chappaqua, NY) 

Senior, History 

Kelly, Liam Denis 

(Long Beach, NY) 

Junior, Economics 

Kelly, Michael B 

(San Bruno. CA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Kelly, Michael J 

(Jefferson Cit. MO) 

MD2, Medicine 

Kelly, Russell L. 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kelly, Tanika Nicole 

GD. Epidemiology 

Kelm, Daniel 

(Paradise, CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

School of Public Health 8. 

Tropical Medicine SGA, 

Basketball 

Kelman, Alissa B. 

(Woodmere, NY) 

Senior, PHLM 

Kelvin. Elizabeth S 

(Zionsville. IN) 

2L. Law 

Tulane Maritime Law Journal. 

Business Law Society 

Kemp Krystina J 

(Riverside, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Kemper Kass 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Kennedy, Kristyn Alicia 

(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Accounting, Economics 

Student Advocacy for Equitable 

Recovery 

Kennedy Sean D 

(Lafayette. LA) 

ILL 

Kennedy Sean Joseph 

(Houston. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 



Kennedy, Timothy Brian 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kennedy. Yarmon 

(Sugarlond. TX) 

GM, Finance 

Kennelly, Maura 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Health 

Communication/Education 

Kenner Brian Patrick 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kennls. Michael Brett 

(Montvale. NJ) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Kenny, Eamon R 

(Montclair. NJ) 

Sophomore. Undeclared. Music 

Orthodox Christian Fellowship 

(OCF). Basketball 

Kensell, Scott Franklin 

(Knoxville. TN) 

Freshman. Electrical Engineering 

Kenslll. Jennifer Lynn 

(Fishers. IN) 

GM. Nutrition 

Kent. Christopher R 

(Alpena. Ml) 

GD. History 

Kent. Daniel Richard 

(Acworth, GA) 

Sophomore. Philosophy 

Ballroom Dance Club. TURBO. 

Tulane Men Against Rape 

Kent, Russell Clyde 

(Kingwood, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Kenworthy, Helen S. 

(Aberdeen, NC) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kenworthy, Jesse L 

(Glenmoore. PA) 

1 L, Law 

Keogh, Kathlyn Jean 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Keppel, Joseph Frederick. Ill 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Architecture 

Kerisit. Kathryn Gallagher 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Keriwala, Raj Dilip 

(Gonzales, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Kerker, Clayborn Michael 

(Austin, TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kerley, Chandra 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Business 

Kerr, Jocelyn E 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Keshtkar Yasamin S. 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Senior. Art Studio 

Kessler, Justin Raymond 

(Alvarado, TX) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kessock, Amy Lois 

(Gladwyne. PA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kessock Jennifer Blair 

(Gladwyne. PA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kester Daria Totiana 

(Wentzviile. MO) 

Freshman. Political Economy 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Indian 

Association of Tulane University. 

Historian of Butler Hall 

Kestly Amy E. 

(Cocoa Beach. FL) 

Junior. Psychology 

Kelhman William C 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Phi Kappa Sigma 



Keulmann Michael 

GM, Executive MBA 

Kewalromanl. Mukul Laxman 

(New Orleons. LA) 

Senior. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Key. Courtney Elizabeth 

(Dallas. TX) 

Junior, Chemistry. French 

Keyser. Brian Michael 

(Gulf Breeze. FL) 

GD. Pharmacology 

Khaled. Dunia T. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience. 

Studio Art 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Khaled. Khaldia Taufiq 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Freshman. Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

Khalifa. Eman ElSayed Ali Nour 

(Washington. DC) 

SPG. Anthropology 

Khalilieh, Hassan 

LM. Admiralty 

Khon Faraz Mohammed 

(Littleton. MA) 

Freshman. Neuroscience 

Pre-Medical Society. Ping Pong 

Khan. Nazim Elahi 

(Ann Arbor. Ml) 

GM. International Health 

Khan Rubina H. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MDV. Medicine 

Khan Saima 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Khan. Salman Mohammed 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Khan Shama Perveen 

(Colts Neck. NJ) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Khan, Suhaila Haque 

GD. International Health 

Khanduja Renita Kaur 

(Ramsey. NJ) 

Freshman. Political Science. 

Economics 

College Democrats. Pre-Low 

Society. Indian Association of 

Tulane University 

Khanna Mahima 

(Houston. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Khassenbekov Yerlan 

GM. Business 

Khatami Arash J 

(Dallas. TX) 

MD I . Medicine 

Kheirallah Khalid Ahmed 

GD. International Development. 

Public Health - Epidemiology 

Khodr Christina E 

(San Antonio. TX) 

GD. Neuroscience 

Khodr Zeina Gabriella 

(San Antonio. TX) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Khoobehi Kaveh D. 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Neuroscience 

Kidder Tomas Easton 

(Morgan C 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kiefer Zachary Reid 

(Manhattan. KS| 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kiehne Sara M. 

(Annapolis. MD) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kiel Oliver Birdell. IV 

(Wimbertey. TX) 

Freshman. Environmental 

Engineering 

Kienast Vanessa Cristino 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Sports. Shopping 



Directory • 259 



Kienzle, Charles T. 

(Coppell, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kies, Darren David 

(Chicago, IL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Kiesling, Steven Phillip 

Junior, Economics 

Kijowski, Adam Paul 

(Rome, GA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Kiker, Cullen Dale 

(Hamshire, TX) 

3L, Law 

Kilberg, Brandon 

(Pikesville, MD) 

Senior, Political Science 

Kilbourne, Sarah Kathryn 

(Rochester Hills, Ml) 

MD1. Medicine 

Kilcoyne, Bari Alexandra 

(Cortlandt Manor, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kilduff-Macdonald, Emily M. 

(Navarre, Fl_) 

GM, Social Work 

Kilgust, Peter John 

(Dallas, TX) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Killion, Megan K. 

(Mobile, AL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kim, Allen Kiechul 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

Sophomore, History, German 

Language and Literature 

Kim, Bohyoung 

(Seoul, Korea) 

3L, Law 

Kim, Faye O 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GD, Psychology 

Kim, Hakbeom 

(Metairie, LA) 

LS, Law 

Kim, Jie Hyeong 

(Kyunggui) 

3L Law 

Kim, John M 

(Honolulu, HI) 

MD3, Medicine 

Kim, Jonathan S. 

(Chesterfield, MO) 

Junior, Undecldred 

Kim, Kidong 

(East Lansing, Ml) 

Law Student, Law 

Kim, Kio 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Kim, Kyu Chan 

(Arlington, TX) 

MD2, Medicine 

Kim, Lois 

(Yonkers, NY) 

2L, Law 

Kim, Peter 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Kim, Roy Oh 

(S. Pasadena, CA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Kim, Sang Yoon 

(Seoul, Korea) 

Masters, Business 

Kim, Scarlett Y 

(Newtown, PA) 

1 L, Law 

Kim, Tae II 

(Kwangju, Korea) 

GM, Business 

Kim, William Taewoo 

(Northfield, IL) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kim, Young-Ho 

(Seoul, Korea) 

GM, Business 

Kimani, Patricia Wanjiru 

(Nairobi, Kenya) 

GD, Ph.D. In Stru. & Cell Biology 



Kimball, Adam 

(Boise, ID) 

IL, Law 

Kimberly, Caroline 

(Atlanta, GA) 

GD, English 

Kimberly, Ryan S. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kimbler, Melissa Rose 

(Carrollton, GA) 

Junior, Spanish, English 

Kimlin, Edward J 

(Alexandria, VA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor 

Society, Tulane Emergency 

Medicine Interest Group, Tulane 

Sports Medicine Interest Group 

(Co-Founder) 

We did it, Lil Eew! God has 

answered all of our prayers! 

Congratulations & Love, Ul Mew 

& Big Pew! 

Kimmons, Robert T. 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Senior, Finance 

Kincaid, Elizabeth Ann 

(Lawrence, KS) 

Junior, Exercise Science 

Kincaid, Molly J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Kincke, Meade 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Psychology 

We are so proud of you and 

knew you could do it! We love 

you - Emily, Mom, Dad, Briar, and 

Nimbus 

Kinczewski, Alec Erickson 

(Evanston, IL) 

Senior, History. Communication 

Phi Kappa Sigma, College 

Democrats 

Kinder, Elyse M 

(Ocala, FL) 

1 L, Law 

Kindrick, Brenna E. 

(Helena. MT) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Tulane Engineering and 

Computer Science Honors 

Society. Chi Alpha Christian 

Fellowship, InterVarsity Christian 

Fellowship 

We are so proud of you, and all 

you have overcome! Love ya! 

Mom & Dad I Corin 10:13 

Kind-Rubin, Emily Claire 

(Doylestown, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kines, Kristine Jeaneen 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

King, Amanda M 

(Venice, FL) 

2L, Law 

King, Brian Christopher 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

King, Carey Walker 

(Memphis, TN) 

GM, Finance 

King, Cynthia Diane 

(Berwyn, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

King, Jessica Anne 

(St. Paul, MN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

King, Kenneth Kage 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

King, Lauren Megan 

(Belchertown, MA) 

Freshman, Economics, French 

Green Club, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students 

King, Maurice Leon, ill 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 



King, Meghan Nicole 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

King, Ryan Christian 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

King, Sara L 

(Greenbrook, NJ) 

MD1, Medicine 

King, William M. 

(Mc Ledn, VA) 

Senior, Economics 

King, William Matthew 

(Williamsville. NY) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

King, Zdanna L. 

(Ocala, FL) 

GD, Anthropology 

Kingeter, Michael John 

(Spring Hill, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kinnear, Andrew D. 

(Waukesha, Wl) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kinnett, Jarred B 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Kinney, Powell M. 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Kintner, Max W 

(Albany, NY) 

GD, Latin American Studies 

Kinzel, Stephanie Elise 

(Lafayette, LA) 

3L, Law 

Kinzer, Marshall J. 

(Sammamish, WA) 

Junior, Finance 

Kiper, Cinar 

(Istanbul, Turkey) 

Senior, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Kipping, Kris Ray 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kirby, Holly Quinne 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kirby, William Clay 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering, 

History 

Phi Kappa Sigma, Society of 

Automotive Engineers, American 

Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Kirk, Jennifer L. 

(Omaha, NE) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Tulane Engineering and 

Computer Science Honors 

Society. American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers, Society of 

Hispanic Professional Engineers 

Kirk, John Richard 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Kirk, Madeline Morgan 

(Oxford, PA) 

Sophomore, Undecldred 

Kirkham, Matthew C 

(Bloomington, IN) 

1 L, Law 

Jewish Law Student Association, 

American Constitution Society for 

Law and Policy, Entertainment & 

Arts Law Society 

Kirkland, Sean Michael Francis 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Kirkland, Teresa 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Art History 

Kirkpatrick, Emma L 

(Temple, TX) 

Masters, International Health 

Kirksey, David Anthony 

(Mobile, AL) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 



Kirschbaum, Jorie S. 

(Chesterfield. MO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kirshenbaum, Hallie Horowitz 

(West Hartford, CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kirwan, Dimity Joanna 

(Wilton, CT) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Kirylo. Alexandra D. 

(Cambridge, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kisanga, Sipora Harrison 

(Fukeni Luth Church, Tanzania) 

GD, International Development, 

International Development 

Law and Sexuality, International 

Student Association of Tulane, 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association 

Kishpaugh, Amaryah R 

(Harrisburg, PA) 

3L, Law 

Kissam, Brendan Eric 

(Bethlehem, PA) 

Junior, Business 

Kiszkiel, Laura M 

(Pembroke Pines, FL) 

MD2, Medicine 

Kitchens, William Randolph 

(Evans, GA) 

Sophomore, Philosophy 

Kitei, Richard 

(Allentown, PA) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Kitzman, Geoffrey Allen 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Kivell, Lyndsie Michelle 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Music and Medicine. Celtic 

Society, Rape Emergency 

Awareness and Coping Hot Line, 

CACTUS - Student Volunteers 

Klaproth, Brendan J. 

(Warwick, NY) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation, Economics 

Klaproth, Jesse Colin 

(Warwick. NY) 

3L, Law 

American Constitution Society for 

Law and Policy 

Klauber, David 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Klavan, Heather Laura 

(The Woodlands, TX) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience 

Kleeman, Douglas Matthew 

(Bryn Mawr, PA) 

2L, Law 

Klein, Andrew August, III 

(Mandeville. LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Klein. Heidi G. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Klein, Jonathan W. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Klein, Samantha H. 

(Overland Park, KS) 

Junior, Communication 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Klein, Ted D 

(Spirit Lake, IA) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service, Phi Gamma Delta 

Klein, Victor Couret 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Klein, Zoe E. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Kleinberg, Fredric A 

(Metdirie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Kleinert, Richard William 

(State College, PA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Kleinman, Jessi Lauren 

(Bellmore, NY) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pre-Law 

Society, College Democrats 

Kleinpeter, Katherine Mary 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Civil Engineering 

Kleyn. Gerald Kristopher 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Kliebert, Jennifer Wollfarth 

(Marrero, LA) 

GM, Business 

Kligman, Courtney Jean 

(Marietta, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Klimkowski, Dalia 

(Memphis, TN) 

Junior, Finance 

Kline, Alexander Carter 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kline, Kristopher S. 

(Slidell. LA) 

Senior, Sociology 

Klipper. Adam 

(Brookville, NY) 

Senior, Political Science 

Klipper, Ethan R. 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kloppinger, Christopher 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Sophomore, Computer Science 

Klovning, Brenna Yursik 

(Charlottesville, VA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society, 

Tulane Emergency Medicine 

Interest Group 

Kluzak, Thomas R. 

(Wichita, KS) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Knapp, John Douglas 

(Duluth, GA) 

Sophomore, English, Asian Studies 

Knappenberger, Paige 

(Paradise Valley, AZ) 

Sophomore, Political Science, 

Environmental Studies 

Pi Beta Phi, Tulane Environmental 

Law Society 

Knight, Carol K 

(Gaithersburg, MD) 

GM. Architecture 

Knight, Emily 

(Lyme, CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Knight, Jonathan W. 

(Covington. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Knight, Stephanie R 

(Glen Burnie, MD) 

MD3, Medicine • 

Students Organized Against 

Racism (SOAR). American 

Medical Women's Association 

Knight-Perry, Jessica E. 

(Upton, WY) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Knopf, Leigha A. 

(The Woodlands, TX) 

Senior, Management 

Knowles, Scott 

(Stonington, CT) 

Senior. Chemistry 

Knox, Ashley R. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Knox, Brandi N 

(Metairie, LA) 

3L, Law 

Knox, Laura B. 

(Long Valley, NJ) 

Senior, History 



260 • Director)' 



Ko James Y 

(Toronto, Ontario. Canada] 
MD4, Medicine 
Student Admissions Board, 
Students Against Right Brain 
Atrophy 
Ko. Se-ll 

ICheju-Do. Korea) 
GO. Law 

Koban. Elizabeth Anne 
(Nashville. TN) 
Senior, Finance 
Kobayashi. Go R 
(Tokyo. Japan) 
2L. Law 

Kobemick, Aaron Kosarln 
(Huntington Woods, Ml) 
MD4. Medicine 
Koch, Jack E. 
(Palo Alto, CA) 
Sophomore, Philosophy 
Koch, William Cary 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Kociuruba, Alysa Nicole 
(Canton, OH) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Kodroff, Lauren Hillary 
(Buffalo Grove, IL) 
Junior, Psychology 
Koeck, Max J„ IV 
(Laplace, LA) 
Junior, Legal Studies 
Koederitz, Clarissa A 
(Harvey, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Koehler-Jr, Jeffrey W 
(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 
Koenig, Sarah F 
(New Orleans, LA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Koenigsberg, Jamie 
(Morristown, NJ) 
Senior, Management 
Koepke, Elena Jean 
(Ann Arbor, Ml) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Koerber. Elizabeth 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Koester, Abigail Tailor 
(Chagrin Falls. OH) 
Junior, Chemical Engineering 
Koga Sebastian Flaminius Marios 
(Sacramento. CA) 
MD4, Medicine 
History of Medicine Society 
Thank you for all your support 
over the 20 years it took me to 
finally get a diploma. 
Kogan, Kyle Malisoff 
(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Kogan. Michael 
GM, Accounting 
Koger Frank Hugh, III 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
Doctoral, Finance, Economics 
Kogler Daniel Scott 
(Prairieville, LA) 
Junior, Electrical Engineering 
Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society 
Good Luck with your Senior year. 
We're proud of your accomplish- 
ments. Love. Mom. Dad and 
Laura 

Koh Jiyeon 
2L, Law 

Kohl, Sharon Marie 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Sophomore. Computer Info 
Systems 

Kohler Sarah E. 
(Lake Charles. LA) 
GM. Epidemiology 
Kohn. Jonathan F. 
(Sands Point. NY) 
Senior. Management 



Kohn, Rachel Alexandra 

(Statesboro. GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Sigma Delta Tau. Green Wave 

Ambassadors, College 

Democrats 

Kohnke, Edward M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L. Law 

Kojeskl, Kevin C. 

(Denham Springs, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Zeta Psi 

Koka, Padma Sandeep 

(Vijayawada) 

GD, Pharmacology 

Kokosa. Scott Michael 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Kolakauskas, Carlssa Kimberly 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, Social Work 

Kolender, Marc Harris 

(Charleston, SC) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Koleva, Yordanka Nikolova 

(Sofia. Bulgaria) 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Kolikant, Jonathan Itzhak 

(Las Cruces, NM) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Kolker, Courtney Page 

(Reston, VA) 

Senior, Communication 

Komins. Benton J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Konde, Nkiama Numbi 

(Kinshasa, Congo) 

GD. International Development, 

Public Health - Environmental 

Health Science 

Tulane African Student 

Association 

Kondratiev, Brittney 

(Charlotte, NC) 

GD, French 

Kondratiev, Yuri 

(Mykolayiv. Ukraine) 

GD, French 

Koneru, Roshan 

(Sugar Land, TX) 

Senior. Sociology 

Basketball. TU Men's Basketball, 

Pre-Law Society 

Konka, Anita 

(Staten Island, NY) 

MD1, Medicine 

Konno, Hiroyuki 

(Morioka, Japan) 

Graduate, Business, Finance 

Konrady, John Ryan Emery 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior, Political Science 

Koo, Minna M. 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Koole, Brittany Ann 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Sigma Delta Tau, College 

Republicans, Student Alumni 

Ambassador 

Kopicko, Jeffrey Joseph 

(San Diego. CA) 

GD, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Kopp Susannah 

(Clarksville. TN) 

Senior, Russian Studies 

Tulane University Slavic 

Association. Basketball. Naval 

Reserve Officers Training Corps 

Koppel, David 

(Prairie Village. KS) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Pre-Medical Society 



Koram, Nana Esi Mantebea 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Doctoral. International Health 

Society of Young Black Public 

Health Professionals 

Kordahi. Fadl J 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Sociology 

Kordys. Justin R 

(Tinley Park, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Korff, Noah Samuel 

(Northampton. MA) 

Junior, Finance 

Korn, Alexander Emanuel 

(Dix Hills. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kornegay. Emily Kathleen 

(Patterson, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Chi Omega, College 

Republicans, Newcomb College 

Senate 

Korngold, Evan R. 

(New Rochelle, NY) 

Senior, Finance, Legal Studies in 

Business 

Freeman Student Government. 

Golf, Baseball, Poker, Fishing 

We're so proud of you, Evan! Best 

wishes & much success for the 

future! Love Mom, Dad & Adam 

Korona, Michael Joseph 

(Alexandria, VA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Korres, Kimon A. 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Kostaras, Susana M. 

(Boston. MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kostner. Pia 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Interdisciplinary 

Kotal. Eric R. 

(Decatur, IL) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Kothandaraman, Geetha 

(Chennai, India) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Kothapalli, Vikas 

(Lafayette, LA) 

MDI, Medicine 

Kotler, Daniel S 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Kotler, Nicole F. 

(Huntington. NY) 

Senior, Management, Jewish 

Studies 

Kotts, Jacqueline Alexis 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters. Business 

Kou Rong 

(Shizuishan. China) 

GD, Chemical Engineering 

Kouame-Amani, Josiane 

Senior. Architecture 

Kouch Christina 

(Huntingdon. PA) 

GM, Business 

Kountouroudos Chrisovalanti 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Koutsoumbelis. Stelios A. 

(Hicksville. NY) 

Senior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Kovach Cassandra Jean 

(Brecksville. OH) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience 

Kovner Marissa Jill 

(Piano. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kovtun Konstantin Alexandrovich 

(Maynard. MA) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Kowalczyk Monika 

(Rockville. MD) 

MD4. Medicine 



Kowaleski. Scott R 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Chemistry 

Kozik, Benjamin Michael 

(S Windsor, CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Krabec, Margaret Albee 

(Yellow Springs, OH) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kraemer. Krislina Arie 

(Ponchatoula. LA) 

Sophomore. Electrical 

Engineering 

Kraft. Joseph J 

3L. Law 

Kraft, Kerry Mitchell 

(Alexandria. VA) 

Freshman, Communication 

Chi Omega, Tulane Hullabaloo. 

Green Club 

Kraft Stephen E. 

(Nashville, TN) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Krahm, David John 

(W Stockbridge. ma) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Krainin. Jared Sheanan 

(Florence, SC) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Krall, Lindsay 

(Colorado Springs. CO) 

MD4, Medicine 

Kramer. Joseph R. 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 

Kramer. Leah Marie 

(North Andover. MA) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Sigma Delta Tau, Field Hockey 

Club. College Democrats 

Kraminitz, Jared F. 

(Croton-on-Hudson, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Krane, Louis Spencer 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Kraus, Elizabeth R. 

(Bridge City. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Krauson. Aram J 

(New Orleans, CA) 

Graduate, Biological Chemistry 

Biochemistry Major @ Tulane 

School of Medicine 

Kraut Andrew T. 

Junior. Marketing 

Kravitz Daniel J 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

MD2, Medicine 

Kreft, Tomasz 

(Torun, Poland) 

GD. Physics 

Kreindel Jessica Lauren 

(Cresskill. NJ) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Krents. Michael J. 

(Bethesda, MD) 

Senior, Economics 

Kressler, Noah B 

(Chevy Chase. MD) 

3L. Law 

Kretsinger Dave 

(Houston, TX) 

Graduate. Executive MBA 

Krevor Brian C. 

(Rockville. MD) 

Senior. History 

Krey. Christoph Edward 

(Andover. MA) 

Senior. Legal Studies 

Krieger Lauren Beth 

(East Rockaway. NY) 

Freshman. Psychology 

Kriger Karen Emily 

(Memphis. TN) 

Senior. Jewish Studies. Religious 

Studies 

Green Wave Ambassadors. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Hillel 

Kriksciun Alexander K 

(Fairfax. VA) 

1 L. Law 



Krlshnaswamy. Slddharth 

(Secunderabad. India) 

GD. International Development 

Krlstich Mato Patrick 

(Wolsonville, CA) 

Junior. PELE 

Kronberg. Brian Michael 

(Miami. FL) 

Senior, Finance 

Flag Football, Sigma Alpha Mu, 

Society of Young Black Pubfic 

Health Professionals 

Brian, you have out done yourself 

once again. Congratulations 

and Good Luck 

Kronberg. Erin R. 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kappa Kappa Gammo 

Kroner. Christopher Ainsworth 

(San Diego. CA) 

MDI. Medicine 

Medical School - I st year 

Kroningold. Randi Sloane 

(West Palm Bch, FL) 

2L. Law 

Kronman, Jessica Anne 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior. Economics 

Kropog. Troy Michael 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Congratulations on making it 

through a trying year! We are 

proud of you! Love. Mom & Dad 

Krofz. Kathryn C. 

(Redondo Beach. CA) 

Sophomore. Psychology 

Krouchick. Keith Robert 

(Philadelphia. PA) 

Senior. History. Political Science 

Naval ROTC. Phi Gamma Delta 

Krouse Courtney N. 

(Coto De Cazo. CA) 

Sophomore. Exercise Science 

Krouse. Thomas Joseph 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kruebbe Chris 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Kruglak Deborah L 

GD, Psychology 

Krupa Michael 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Gm. Business 

Ksiazkiewicz Samuel L. 

(Jackson. Ml) 

Junior. Finance 

Ku Ming-Chou 

(Taichung. Taiwan) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Kublin Lauren M. 

(Canton. MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kuck Peter B. 

(Oak Ridge. TN) 

Sophomore. Political Science. 

Economics 

Kuckro William V 

(Alexandria. VA) 

Sophomore. History 

Kuczek Jason C 

(New Orleans. LA) 

IL. Law 

Kuczynski Melissa 

(Parkland. FL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kuczynski Michael 

(Parkland. FL) 

Senior. Finance 

Kudla Colleen Marie 

(Lake Charies. LA) 

GM. international Health 

Kuehn Jenny 

(Leipzig. Germany) 

Senior. Accounting, Finance 

Kufoy Ernesto 

(Deridder. LA) 

Junior. Neuroscience 



Directory • 261 



Kuhadiya. Nitesh 

(Ahmedabad. Gujarat. India) 

Graduate, Epidemiology 

Tulane Emergency Medicine 

Interest Group, Tulane Meditation 

Club, International Student 

Association of Tulane 

Kuhn, Jennifer Theresa 

(Marrero, LA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Kuhn, Kenneth H 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kuhn, Robert Charles, II 

(Prairieville, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kulawiak, Donna 

(Slideil, LA) 

GM, Undeclared 

Kulb, Jill Rebecca 

(East Rockaway, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kulick, William B. 

(S.Ponte Vedra. FL) 

Senior, Finance 

Kulkarni, Rahul 

(Pennington, NJ) 

2L. Law 

Kulkarni, Shailendra U. 

(Mamou, LA) 

2L, Law 

Kumbakonam, Aravind 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kunen, Marc Phillip 

(Allen, TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Kunen, Michael James 

(Miami, FL) 

Senior, Psychology, Management 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity, Hillel, Service 

Learning 

Kung, Hsian-Yu 

(Taipei City, Taiwan) 

GM, Business 

Kunkel, Tara E. 

(Key Biscayne, FL) 

Senior. Marketing 

Kunstadt, Ryan Daniel 

(Mobile. AL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kunze, Kenneth 

(Atlanta, GA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Kuo, l-Chuan 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Kuo, Samuel R 

(Cherry Hill. NJ) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Kuo, Tsung Huai 

(Changhua, Taiwan) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Kupersmit, Daniel 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kura, Karthik Kumar 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Tulane Engineering and 

Computer Science Honors 

Society, Biomedical Engineering 

Society, Indian Association of 

Tulane University 

Kurash. Jamie A. 

(Minneapolis, MN) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Chi Alpha 

Christian Fellowship. Tulane- 

Newcomb Choir. Newcomb 

Assets 

Kurczewski, Lauren Elizabeth 

(Peachtree City, GA) 

Junior. Latin American Studies 

Kuriakose, Marella E. 

(Old Westbury. NY) 

MD1. Medicine 



Kuris, Eren Osman 

(Corpus Christi. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Ice Hockey, Ice Hockey, Pre- 

Medical Society 

Kurochkin, Dmitry V. 

(Moscow. Russia) 

GD. Chemistry. Physics 

Karate Club 

Kursun, Erbulent 

(Metairie, LA) 

LM, Law 

Kurt, Mark Collins 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Kurtek, Sebastian 

(Sarasota. FL) 

Junior. Mathematics 

Kurtz, Elizabeth Walker 

(Nashville, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kurtz, Lindsy R. 

(Englewood, CO) 

Senior, Sociology 

Kurtz, Matthew 

(Bakersfield, CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Kurzius, Larkin Morey 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Kush, Jenna Campbell 

(Vashon, WA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kush, Kevin L. 

(Nashville, TN) 

Senior. Finance. Management 

Sigma Chi, Tulane College 

Senate 

Kushner, Kevin M 

(Metairie, LA) 

2L Law 

Kutner, Jeremy S. 

(Winchester, MA) 

Senior, Political Science 

WTUL 

To Jeremy: Best wishes from all of 

WTUL and Student Media - you 

rock! 

Kuftner, Caroline M. 

(Rockville, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kuftner, Theodore P. 

(Boston, MA) 

Senior, Art History, Music 

Fencing Club, Capoeira Angola 

Club of Tulane, Tulane-Newcomb 

Choir 

Kuykendal, Lydia Banks 

(Apex. NC) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Kuzma, Michelle Catherine 

(Greensboro, NC) 

Masters, Business. Finance 

Graduate Business Council. 

Tulane Entrepreneurs Association 

Kuzma, Phillip Peter 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Kwak, Philip M. 

(Alpharetta, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Kwan, Ross Maximillian 

(Bellevue, WA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Kwarko, Maxwell 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Kwiatkowski, Ashley Michele 

(Harahan, LA) 

Junior, Public Relations 

Kwiatkowski, Jeffrey Thomas 

(Harahan, LA) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Kwiatkowski, Megan Lynn 

(Harahan, LA) 

Senior. Classical Studies 

Kwilu Nappa, Fulbert 

(Kinshasa. Republic of Congo) 

GD, International Development 



Kwitman, Elizabeth Anna 

(Scarsdale, NY) 

Senior, Marketing 

Kwok, Loong-Shen Jason 

(Deridder, LA) 

Senior, Finance 

Kwon, Cheol-Woong 

(Yongin.Kyungi. Korea) 

GD, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Kyle, James B 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

La Croix, Thomas M 

(Sells, AZ) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

La Porte, Chloe 

(Las Cruces. NM) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Labadie, Anna 

(Portland, OR) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Green 

Wave Ambassadors 

Labadie, Cortney 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Social Sciences 

Labens, Leila Craig 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Management, Marketing 

Green Wave Ambassadors, OPT, 

Admission Intern 

We are so proud of you! We 

know your life ahead will be full 

and rich. We love you! Mom 

and Dad 

Labetic, Ivan 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Laborda. Juan Carlos 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Laborde, Marc 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Labruyere, Samuel John 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Lacayo Abreu. Eugenio Xavier 

(Managua, Nicaragua) 

Senior, Communication, 

Marketing 

International Student Association 

of Tulane. Undergraduate 

Student Government 

Lacey, Colleen L 

(Stoneham, MA) 

3L. Law 

Lacey, Margaret Moran 

(Laplata. MD) 

Senior, Marketing 

Lachute, Allison L. 

(Covington, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Lacoste, Michael Henry 

(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Lacour, Cliff A 

(Moreauville, LA) 

3L, Law 

Lacy, Sarah A. 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore, Economics, 

Anthropology 

Laczkowski, Marina Jean 

(Sebastopol. CA) 

Junior, Communication 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Dodgeball 

Ladas, James M 

(Creole. LA) 

3L, Law 

Tulane Real Estate Law Society, 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Ladd, Benjamin Jordan 

(Austin. TX) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship. 

Rock Climbing Club 



Ladd, David C. 

(Houma, LA) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Ladd, William Pierce 

(Houma, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Lader, Jacob H. 

(Wynnewood, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ladner. Kendall P 

(Diamondhead. MS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Ladson, Mitchell B 

(Richmond Hill. GA) 

3L, Law 

Laegeler, Molly Theresa 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Busn/Management 

Lafayette, Daniel P. 

(Burlington, VT) 

Junior, Communication 

Lafferty, Christopher Shawn 

(Holly Springs, NC) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Lafi, Mohamed Abdulla 

(Washington, DC) 

GM, International Health 

Lafonta, Monique 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Laforce, Peg Anna 

(Jefferson, LA) 

Junior, Social Sciences 

Lafreniere, Justin P 

(Oxford, ME) 

MD3, Medicine 

Lagarde, Julie Anne 

(Thibodaux, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lagrange, Zakiya 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lagrone, Libra Marie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Lahasky, Samuel Henry 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior. Spanish 

Lahatte, Virginia Taffaro 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies 

Lahey, Alanna M. 

(Traverse City, Ml) 

Sophomore, Psychology. 

Sociology 

Lai. Joseph 

(Kaohsiung, Taiwan) 

Senior, Architecture 

Lai, Patricia 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Accounting 

Lai. Tai-Cheng 

(Taipei, Taiwan) 

GD, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Lai, Wen-Tzu 

(Taichung, Taiwan) 

GD, Microbiology/Immunology 

Lai, Yen-Ling 

(Taiwan) 

GM, Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Tulane Chinese Student 

Association (ROC), Tulane 

Orchestra. Tulane Second Line 

Club 

Laiche, Blake A. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore. Civil Engineering 

Laing. Leeann N. 

(Seminole, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lake, Michael Wolfgang 

(Slideil, LA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 

Lake, Suzette 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lakin, Whitney 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, French 



Lall, Alisha 

(Orchard Park, NY) 

Senior. Management 

Lallemand, Antoine 

(Paris. France) 

SPU, Business 

Lally-Mcgurl, Brendan 

(Arlington, MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lalonde. Jennifer Nicole 

(Houston. TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Lam, Edward Churk Fung 

(Honolulu, HI) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Lam, Lok Hin 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lam, Morgan Elaine 

(Braine-Le-Comte. Belgium) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Drums, Dance, Foreign films 

Lamb, Cynthia A. 

(Long Beach, MS) 

Senior, Public Relations 

Lamb. Katherine D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Development 

Lamb, Peter D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Lamb, Sharron Yvefte 

(Hattiesburg, MS) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Lambert, Holly Lynn 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Cheerleader, Chi Omega 

Lambert, Jordan K. 

(Hamsburg, IL) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Rowing, Association of Club 

Sports, American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers 

Lambert, Matthew Palmer 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Lambert, Vaquise 

(Miami, FL) 

GM, International Health 

School of Public Health & 

Tropical Medicine SGA. Ballroom 

Dance Club, Catholic Center 

Lamborn, Eric S. 

(Duluth, GA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lambourn. Robin Richard 

(Houston, TX) 

3L, Law 

Lamfers, Jordan Scott 

(Louisville, KY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lammers. David 

(Carmel, IN) 

Senior, History 

Pre-Medical Society 

Lammers. Madeleine Wright 

(Saint Paul, MN) 

Senior, Finance 

Lampard, Ronald Joseph 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Catholic Center, College 

Democrats. College Republicans, 

Politics. International Relations. 

Wrestling 

Lampert. Amanda Lauren 

(Katonah, NY) 

Senior, Accounting 

Lampton, Mark Philip 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, History 

Lan, Hongzhi 

(Qingzheng, China) 

GD. Mechanical Engineering 

Lanaux, Pierre Baget, III 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Land, Carmen J 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

Doctoral, International Health 



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Land, Derrick M 

(Mandeville, LA) 

2L, Law 

Landa, John Henry 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Landau, Alex Benjamin 

(Potomac, MD) 

Sophomore. Architecture 

Architecture Student Body 

Landau, Ross I 

(New Orleans. LA) 

1 L. Law 

Landeck. Jillian K. 

(Sister Bay. Wl) 

Junior, Anthropology 

Lander. Denali M. 

(Boulder, CO) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lander, Kevin Wesley 

(Boulder, CO) 

Senior. History 

Landesman, North 

(New York. NY) 

Sophomore, History 

Landis, Rachel Elizabeth 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Landman Jon Daniel 

(Nashville. TN) 

Junior, Marketing 

London, Keith Samuel 

(New York, NY) 

Junior. Legal Studies 

Landry. Jason 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Social Sciences 

Landry, Jerome Alexander 

(Chalmette. LA) 

Senior. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Landry, Jessica Beth 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Preservation Studies 

Landry, Katherine 

GM. Business 

Landry, William Burton. Ill 

(Covington, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Landry, William J. 

(New Iberia. LA) 

Senior. Exercise Science 

Lane, Brittany Taryn 

(Harrisburg, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lane, Brooke Elizabeth 

(Harrisburg. IL) 

Senior. Communication 

Lane, Daniel William 

(Englewood. CO) 

Senior, Psychology 

Lane, Edgar Tyrone 

(Jefferson, LA) 

Junior. Public Relations 

Lane. Heather 

(Elk Grove. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Lang. Christopher Clark 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Latin American Studies 

Lang. Daniel Oliver 

(Bedford. NY) 

Junior. Sociology 

Lang Katja Braun 

(Ardsley. NY) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Lang, Lucinda M 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Psychology 

Lang, Sarah L 

3L. Law 

Langeland Nellie H. 

(Gainesville. FL) 

Junior. Political Science 

Langeveld, Anna M. 

(Mill Valley. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Langford, Ashley 

(Mansfield, TX) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 



Langholz, Kari Katherine 

(Pittsburgh. PA) 

Sophomore. Business 

Langley, Gina 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Sociology 

Langley. Keriann P, 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Langlinals, Lorie B 

(Lafayette, LA) 

GD, Mathematics 

Langlois, James C. 

(Goshen. NY) 

Junior, English 

Lanning, Bradley I. 

(St. Petersburg. FL) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Judo Club 

Congratutaf/ons. we are proud of 

you. Love Mom and Dad 

Lansdowne, Britta P. 

(Lakewood. OH) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Lapeyre, James Martial 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Business 

Laplaige Cynthia Louise 

(Lattingtown. NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lapoint, Justin 

(Bronx, NY) 

Sophomore. Civil Engineering 

LaPointe. Elizabeth C. 

(Broussard. LA) 

Junior. Sociology, Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

Lapre'. Robert M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Social Work 

Lara. Anna K 

(River Ridge. LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Lara. Diego Arturo 

(River Ridge. LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Laracy Gregory Robert 

(Dorado, PR) 

Junior, Legal Studies 

Laranjinha, Nuno Jose 

GM, Business 

Larberg, Nicholas 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Whaf a Freshman year! Love 

you! Mom, Dad. Arden. Chris & 

Dill 

Larimer. Arianne Claire 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

TU Cross Country/Track 

Larke Ralph L. 

(Bolingbrook, IL) 

Sophomore. Economics 

Larkin, James Bradley 

(Southlake. TX) 

Senior. Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Larkin, Mary Elizabeth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Larocca, Gabriella Antonia 

(Arlington. VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Laroche. Danielle 

(Greene. ME) 

Junior. Sociology 

Larock. Danielle Johanna 

(Mclean. VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Larriviere, Joseph A. 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience. Music 

Catholic Center. Pre-Medical 

Society 

Keep God first in all things! Love. 

Mom and Dad 

Larsen, Amanda B. 

(Valley Stream. NY) 

Junior. Legal Studies 

Larsen. Sarah Elizabeth 

(The Woodlands. TX) 

Junior, French 



Larson, Benjamin Lee 

(Huxley. IA) 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Larson. Clayton G. 

(Fallbrook. CA) 

GD. Anthropology 

Larson, Elizabeth A 

(Golden, CO) 

IL, Law 

Larson. Jonathan Douglas 

(W Hartford. CT) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Lascar, Gabriel 

(Yakima, wa) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lassiter, Robert B. 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Latham. Daniel Keane 

(Covington, LA) 

Junior, Communication 

Latham, Lauren Elise 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Latino, Meredith J. Walls 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD. Molecular 8. Cellular Biology 

Latorre Iba-Ez, Mariano 

(Santiago. Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Latter. Holly 

(North Potomac. MD) 

FYR. Architecture 

LaTurneau, Lisa 

(St Paul. MN) 

Senior, Website Development 

Alpha Sigma Lambda, National 

Society of Collegiate Scholars 

Laub. Curtis Russell 

(Kemmerer. WY) 

FYR, Architecture 

Lauer, Jacqueline Marie 

(Willowbrook, IL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lauesen, Erin Ashley 

(Glenview. IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Launiere, Cari A. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Chemical Engineering 

Laurent, Boyd A 

(Vacherie. LA) 

GD. Chemistry 

Laursen. Jessica Kathryn 

(Chula Vista. CA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Laux, Dania Dannielle 

(St Rose. LA) 

Junior. Paralegal Studies 

Lavan, Joseph Patrick 

(Martinsville. NJ) 

Junior. English 

Running Trains 

Lavan, Morgan Renee 

(Hollywood. FL) 

Freshman. Political Science. 

Anthropology 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students, Soccer 

Club-Women's. College 

Democrats 

Lavelle Steven Brian 

(Louisville. KY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lavender David A 

(Belle Chasse. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lavin. Eric 

(Glencoe. IL) 

Freshman. Political Economy 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. Ping Pong. 

Obstetrics 8. Gynecology Interest 

Group 

Lavine, Allison Diane 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Lavoy Hailey J. 

(Boise. ID) 

Senior. Medieval Studies 



lowler. Alexander Sturgls 

(Jacksonville. FL) 

Senior. Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. American 

Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Lawncizak. Jeffrey Stephen 

(De Pere. Wl) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Lawrence, Carol Ann 

(Shreveporl. LA) 

Senior. Psychology 

Lawrence. Maxwell Trent 

(Raleigh. NC) 

Senior. Religious Studies 

Laws, Amanda N. 

(San Diego. CA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students. 

Lacrosse Club-Women's 

Laws, Lisa Marie 

(Chicago. IL) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Lawson. Jeremy Isaac 

(Dyer. IN) 

Freshman. Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Lawson, Laurie Smith 

(Raymond. MS) 

GD, Social Work 

Lawson, Nathaniel C. 

(Dyer. IN) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Lawton, James McCrorey. Jr 

(Easley. SC) 

GD. Anthropology 

Lay, Michele Kristine 

(Denver, CO) 

Junior. Women's Studies 

Layne. Geary 

(Slidell, LA) 

GM. Computer Science 

Lazarciuc, Mirela S 

(Toronto. Ontario. Canada) 

MD3. Medicine 

Lazarewicz, Mia C. 

(Maiden. MA) 

Junior. French 

Lazarus. Andre Phillippe 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lazarus, Stephanie Ann 

(San Antonio. TX) 

Junior. Accounting 

Sigma Delta Tau 

Lazarus. Suzanne G. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Masters. Social Work 

Le, Anhvu Quang 

(Houston. TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Le Brenda Thuy 

(Broken Arrow. OK) 

GM. Biostatistics/Epidemiology 

Le. Christina P. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Anthropology 

Newcomb College Senate. 

Hullabaloo. Associated Student 

Body 

Le Liet Ngoc 

(Ocean Springs. MS) 

GM. Business 

Le Steven 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Le Vi Thi 

(Westwego. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Le (Lee). Nga (Natalie) N. 

(Delhi. LA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Le Mon Philip 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lea, Justin D. 

(Myrtle Beach. SC) 

Freshman. Computer Engineering 

Leach Heather Elizabeth 

Hageman 

(Laplace. LA) 

Freshman. Psychology 



Leali Robert Nicholas 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Organizational Info 

Technology. Informatic- 

Lear. Kionne 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Junior. Undeclarea 

Lear. Norma A 

(Gullpofl. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Learmonfh. Claire Kendall 

(Dulles. VA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Leovitt Claire Margaret 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Junior. Anthropology. Spanish 

International Student Association 

of Tulane 

LeBatard. Sidney L. 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Senior. Social Sciences. Legal 

Studies in Business 

Alpha Sigma Lambda 

Lebeau. Jason Elwin 

(Covington. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Lebeau Timothy 

(Bristol. CT) 

GD. History 

Leblanc. Ashley Michelle 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Leblanc Brad Anthony 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Freshman. Computer Info 

Systems 

LeBlanc. Candace Rachelle 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

IL. Law 

Student Bar Association 

LeBlanc Colleen Claire 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Anthropology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Anthropology Student Union of 

Tulane 

Leblanc. Corlin M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Accounting. 

Marketing 

Leblanc. Jennifer Z. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Leblanc Tandi 

(Belle Chasse. LA) 

Senior. Paralegal Studies 

Leblang Lyle Benjamin 

(San Diego. CA) 

Senior, Finance 

Lecompte, Leslie C 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

LeDay Alexis Denise 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Physics. Photography. Reading. 

Foreign Languages 

Ledbetter Jesse Lee 

(Montgomery. AL) 

Sophomore. Enginee- 

Ledbetter Lauren K 

(Saint Charles. IL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Lederman Daniel 

(Staten island. NY) 

Senior. Marketing. Information 

Systems 

To our amazing son and brother. 

We are very proud of you. Love 

Mom. Dae ■ ete 

Ledet Cullen Joseph III 

(Gretna. LA) 

Civil Engineering 
Ledet Grace Anne 
(Cut Off. LA) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 
Ledet Tina A 
(Laplace. LA) 
Senior. Paralegal Studies 
Lee Aaron S. 
(Coppetl. TX) 
Senior. Computer Science 



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Lee, Allen 

(Somerville, MA) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Lee, Angela M. 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Lee, Benjamin M. 

(Evanston. IL) 

Senior, Economics 

Lee, Byung Woo 

(Piano, TX) 

GM, Business 

Lee, Calvin A 

(Houston. TX) 

MD3, Medicine 

Lee, Crystal M 

(Bell Chases, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Lee, Daniel Denniston 

(So. Burlington, VT) 

GM, International Health 

Lee, David M 

(Picayune. MS) 

Junior, Public Relations 

Lee, David Michael 

(Arlington. TX) 

Senior, Economics 

Lee, Dawn Elizabeth 

(Centreville, VA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lee, Erica A. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lee, Eugene Yuntzen 

(North Bellmor, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lee, Eun-Chee 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lee, Evan 

(Miami, FL) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Lee, Jaejoon 

(Seoul, South Korea) 

Freshman, Biological Chemistry. 

Psychology 

Pre-Medical Society 

Lee, Jane K 

(Suwanee, GA) 

3L, Law 

Lee, Jang-Woo 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Lee, Jared M. 

(Laplace, LA) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Lee, Joann 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Doctoral. Community Health 

Sciences 

Lee, Jonah 

(Bossier City, LA) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Alpha Tau Omega, Wesley 

Foundation-United Methodist 

Campus Center, College 

Republicans 

Lee, Justin L. 

(Carriere, MS) 

Senior, Marketing 

Lee, Kimlin Smith 

(New Orleans, LA) 

LM, Law 

Lee. Kina Trymell 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lee, Kristopher M. 

(Sugar Land, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Lee, Machelle R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Lee, Matthew William 

(Georgetown) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Lee, Michael William 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

Senior, Accounting 



Lee, Michaela Louise 

(Alexandria, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lee, Michelle I 

(Claremont, CA) 

3L, Law 

Lee, Na Rae 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Undeclared 

Lee, Nicole M 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Lee, Oscar Patrick 

(Monterey Park, CA) 

Senior, Political Science, Asian 

Studies 

Tulane Chinese Student 

Association (ROC), Asian 

American Students United 

Lee, Robert 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Lee, Seung-Ho 

(Seoul, Korea) 

Junior, Finance. Economics 

Basketball, Asian American 

Students United, American 

Marketing Association 

Lee, Shu Chuan 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lee, Su-Jung 

GM, Executive MBA 

Lee, Susan 

(Woodbury, MN) 

2L, Law 

Tulane Maritime Law Journal 

Lee, Susanna Lelia 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior, Art Studio, Art History 

Lee, Szu En 

GM, Executive MBA 

Lee, Tammy 

(Juneau, AK) 

Masters, Health Systems 

Management 

Rock Climbing Club, Rock 

Climbing Club 

Congrats to everyone/ 

Lee, Travis Reiter 

(New Castle. WA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Lee, Winnifer L.W. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Leediker, Kara 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Lees, Karen Anne 

(Columbia, MD) 

GD, Epidemiology 

Leevongwat, Ittiphong 

(Ratchaburi, Thailand) 

GD, Computer Science 

Lefante, Joseph Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Lefcourt, Gerald B. 

(Harahan, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lefranc, Maximilien Claude 

Henry 

(Jouy-En-Josas, France) 

SPU, Business 

Legan. Sarah E. 

(Franklin, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Legett, Christian Michael 

(Mobile, AL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Leggett, Demi Ann 

(Ridgeland, MS) 

Freshman, Casino Resort 

Management 

Legha, Ravinder S 

(Houston, TX) 

MD2, Medicine 

Legore, Christopher D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L. Law 

Legrand, Melissa T 

(River Ridge, LA) 

2L, Law 



Lehmann, Angelique 

(Houston, TX) 

3L. Law 

Lehmejian-Karaszewsk, Janusz 

(Fairfax Station, VA) 

GM, Business 

Lehr, Hugh A 

3L, Law 

Lehrer, Nicole Allison 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Lei, Yu 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Leib, David Raymond 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, History 

Leibovitz, Tracy Jill 

(Houston, TX) 

1 L, Law 

Leibowitz, Ivy Samantha 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Junior, Business 

Leininger, Eric 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Leish, Casey Heather 

(Framingham, MA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Leiting, Stephanie N. 

(Plymouth, Ml) 

Freshman, Accounting, Spanish 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity 

Leitner, Richard Jacob 

(Arlington, VA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lejeune, Jordan Andrus 

(St. Martinville, LA) 

Junior, Biological Chemistry 

Lekht, Arina 

(Ballston Lake, NY) 

GM, International Health 

Lengel, Kemper R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Religious Studies 

Lenig, Stuart 

(Columbia, TN) 

GD, English 

Lennix, Kinya Nicole 

(Laplace, LA) 

Senior. Communication, 

Marketing 

Basketball, Basketball, TU 

Women's Basketball 

Lents, Katherine M. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Lentz, Paul Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Lenz, Bryan B 

(Milwaukee, wi) 

GD, Anthropology 

Lenzo, Hannah A. 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Leo, Joshua R 

(Alexandria, VA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Leon, Anya Luise 

(Rhinebeck, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Leon, Eduardo 

(Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Leon, Kyla Aliya 

(Seymour, TN) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Leonard, Allison Elaine 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Leonard, Danielle Rita 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Applied Business 

Leonard, Jonathan Szechenyl 

(Sandwich, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Leonardi, Jacques 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 



Leopold, Maren Rene 

(Belle Chasse, LA) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers, Society of Women 

Engineers 

Leppanen. Helmi T. 

GM, Finance 

Lepre, Laura Joyce 

(Pelham Manor, NY) 

Junior, Sociology 

Lesar, Kendra 

(Santa Fe, NM) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Leslie, Henry Arthur, III 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Pre-Medical Society. 

Photography, Rare Books 

Leslie. Jennifer Robin 

(Fairfield, CT) 

Sophomore. Women's Studies 

Lesniewski, Kurt 

(Shrewsbury. MA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Congratulations, Kurt. We wish 

you health and good fortune in 

the future. Love Mom and Dad. 

Lessard, Marcie Anne 

(Palo Alto, CA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Lessinger, Robyn M. 

(Atlanta, GA) 

1 L, Law 

Lester, Meg Elizabeth 

(Marshfield, MA) 

Junior, History 

Letellier, Frank James 

(Stennis Sp Ct, MS) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Letkeman, Scott Carl 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Lettry-Vauban, Cleo 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Leuck, Nicholas E. 

(Shreveport. LA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Leung, Wing Cheung Henry 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Leus, Ine M 

(Oosterzele, Belgium) 

MD4, Medicine 

Leuthen, Lindsay Anne 

(St. Louis, MO) 

MD4, Medicine 

American Medical Student 

Association, Physicians for 

Human Rights 

Levedahl, Norman M 

(Alamo, CA) 

2L, Law 

Leveille, Nicole Therese 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior. Psychology, Sociology 

Best Wishes. Love, Mom & Dad 

Levelle, Amy Kristen 

(Denham Springs, LA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Levens, Megan Maureen 

(Metairie, LA) 

3L, Law 

Levet, Jacques Pierre, Jr 

(Garyville, LA) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Pre-Medical Society, Engineering 

Student Council, Biomedical 

Engineering Society 

Levin, Amelia Louise 

(Amite, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Levin, Daniel Isaac 

(Philadelphia. PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Levin, Kyle 

(Winter Park. FL) 

Sophomore, History 



Levin, Matthew Edward 

(West Newton, MA) 
Senior, Finance 
Levin, Zachary J. 
(Orlando, FL) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Green 
Wave Ambassadors, Tulane 
University Neuroscience 
Assocation, Tulane University 
Society of Medical Ethics 
Levine, Derek Paulie 
(Houston, TX) 
Junior, Marketing 
Levine, Erica 
(White Plains, NY) 
Sophomore, Sociology, History 
Levine, Jeffrey 
(West Bloomfield, Ml) 
LS, Law 

2L Class (Law School) 
Levine, Joshua J. 
(Atlanta, GA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Levine, Steven B. 
(Cortlandt Manor, NY) 
Sophomore, Philosophy, Political 
Economy 

Levin-Goodman, Rebecca Anne 
(Chicago, IL) 
GD, Health Systems 
Management 
Levings, Emily M. 
(Deland. FL) 
Junior, Architecture 
Levinson, Aaron W 
(Glen Ridge, NJ) 
Junior, History 

Rugby Club-Men's, College 
Democrats 
Levinson, Josh R. 
(Atlanta, GA) 

Junior, Marketing, Management 
Levinson, Lara Julia 
(Evanston, IL) 
Senior, History 
Levinson, Michael 
(Boca Raton, FL) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Levitan, Rachel D 
(Flagstaff. AZ) 
MD1, Chemistry. French 
Medical School - 1st year, Tulane 
Emergency Medicine Interest 
Group 

Leviton. Dana Lynn 
(Germantown, TN) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Levitt, Joseph P. 
(Newburyport, MA) 
GM, Civil Engineering 
Levy, Chad M. 
(New York, NY) 
Junior, Communication 
Levy, Daniel M. 
(N. Miami Bch.. FL) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Levy, Jessica Rae 
(Danville, CA) 

Senior, Communication, History 
Communication'Majors Society 
Spaghetti 
Levy, Julia Silven 
(Metairie. LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Levy, Marcelliott 
(Washington, DC) 
GM, International Development 
Levy, Ori 
(Boca Raton, FL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Levy-Brown, Margery Webb 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Lew, Benjamin H. 
(Ardsley. NY) 
Junior, Finance, History 
Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 
Business Fraternity, Soccer Club- 
Men's, Ballroom Dance Club 
Lewandoski, Angela C. 
(Grand Rapids, Ml) 
FYR, Architecture 



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Lewis, Alison Brooke 

(Norcross. GA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Lewis, Ariane K 

(Dobbs Ferry, NY] 

MD2, Medicine 

Lewis. Calla Jane 

(Winter Springs. FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lewis, Chana Leah 

(Buffalo. NY) 

Junior. Pol Sci/lnternafional 

Relation 

Lewis, Devin 

(Larose, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lewis, Dondrea 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Lewis, Jabarl Maurice 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lewis, Jay Christopher 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Lewis, Jessica A. 

(Houston, TX) 

Junior. Spanish, Theater 

Lewis, Kevin 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lewis, Kristina H 

(Durham, NC) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Lewis, Lamont Paul 

(Slidell. LA) 

Senior. Computer Info Systems 

Lewis, Lawrence Paul 

(Park Ridge. IL) 

1L. Law 

Lewis, Lekeshia Ann 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lewis, Michael J. 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Senior. Architecture 

Lewis, Nigel L. 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Lewis, Sheridan Frances 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior. Political Science, Latin 

American Studies 

Pi Beta Phi, Green Wave 

Ambassadors, Housing and 

Residence Life 

Lewis, Terral K. 

(Gretna, LA) 

Junior, Computer Info Systems 

Lewis, Tishea Samuels 

(Sunshine. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Leydon, John Francis 

(Slidell, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Leytham-Powell Tara Marceline 

(Urbandale, IA) 

GM, Social Work 

Lhoste Barbara J 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM. Art Studio 

Li. Allan 

(Norfhbrook, IL) 

GM. Business 

Li, Bowen 

(Andover, MA) 

Senior. Neuroscience 

LI. Changchun 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Electrical Engineering 

Li, Huiqing 

(Yantai, China) 

GD Chemistry 

Li, Julia Shaodan 

(Athens, OH) 

FYR. Architecture 

Li, Ling 

(Suizhong, China) 

LM, Admiralty 



Li, Lynn 

(Beijing, China) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Asian American Students United 

Li, Ni 

(Shanghai, China) 

Graduate. Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

LI, Ql 

(Shanghai, China) 

GD, Psychology 

Li, Shihong 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Li, Weihul 

(Jiang Su, China) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Li, Wenxin 

(Shanghai, China) 

GM, Business 

Li, Xiaopeng 

(Hubei, China) 

GM, Mathematics, English 

Li, Ya Hsin 

(Taichung, Taiwan) 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Li, Yongmei 

(Chengdu, China) 

GD, International Health 

Li, Yue 

(Changchun, China) 

GD. Business 

Li, Zhiye 

(Dalian. China) 

GD, Electrical Engineering 

Lial. Karen M. 

(Newcastle. CA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Lian, Alice F. 

(Katy. TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Liang, Xiao Fei 

(Queens, NY) 

Freshman, Consumer Behavior - 

Marketing 

Liang, Yi 

(Sichuan. China) 

GD. Mechanical Engineering 

Liao, Gwo Chau 

(San Marino. CA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Liao, Kai-Ping 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Liaw, Hung-Jiun 

(Hsing-Chu, Taiwan) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Libby, Corinne Beth 

(Annapolis, MD) 

Senior, Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Libson, Brittany E 

(Annapolis, MD) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Lichy, Sarah 

(New York, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Liddick, Eric M 

(Bellwood. PA) 

2L. Law 

Lieber, Sara M. 

(Potomac. MD) 

Senior, Marketing 

Lieberman. Bryan Michael 

(Cooper City, FL) 

Senior, Marketing, Management 

American Marketing Association, 

Soccer Club-Men's. 

Entrepreneurship 

Lieberman, Michael D. 

(Potomac. MD) 

Senior. Management 

Lieberman, Zachary L. 

(Cherry Hill, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lieberwitz, Mark Louis 

(Palo Alto. CA) 

Junior, Business. Music 

Rock Climbing Club 



Liebman, Nicole Spector 

(Wynnewood, PA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Liedtke. William 

(Oklahoma City. OK) 

Junior. PELE 

Lien, Chih-Yuan 

(Taipei. Taiwan) 

LS. Law 

Ballroom Dance Club. Asian 

Pacific American Law Students' 

Association, Baseball Club 

Lien, Yu-Ling 

(Miaoli, Taiwan) 

GM, Human Genetics 

Lieser, Jason A. 

(Elgin. IL) 

Senior, Political Science, History 

Tulane Hullabaloo. Baptist 

Collegiate Ministry 

Liever, Jessica R. 

(Walnut Creek, CA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Lifschultz, Jason S 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

3L, Law 

Lightbody, Laura Despres 

(Mamaroneck, NY) 

Freshman, Political Science, 

French 

Likitkererat, Tanawat 

(Bangkok, Thailand) 

GD, International Development 

Liles, Mary 

(Monroe, LA) 

GM. Business 

Lilly, Byron A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, History 

Lilos, Jennifer Nicole 

(Highland Fall. NY) 

FYR, Architecture 

Lim, Dongkuk 

(Junbuk, Korea) 

GD, Business 

Limback. Matthew Joseph 

(Chesterfield, Ml) 

Freshman. Ecology and 

Evolutionary Biology 

Sigma Chi. College Republicans 

Lin, Chia-Li 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lin, Christine Shan-Shan 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Lin, Congxing 

(Beijing. China) 

GD. Human Genetics 

Lin, Henry Po-Hong 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Lin, Hsiao-Hang 

(Taipei, Taiwan) 

GD, Biostatistics 

Lin, Hung Yu 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Lin. Iris H. 

(Spring. TX) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lin. Jeffrey Jef-Fei 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Lin, Juei-Jueng 

(Nantou. Taiwan) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lin, Patricio P 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

1 L. Law 

Lin, Peggy 

GM. Executive MBA 

Lin. Shyuan-Ming 

GM. Executive MBA 

Lin Su-Jit 

(Lake Grove. NY) 

Senior. History 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Phi Alpha 

Theta Honor Society 



Lin, Tz-Chen 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lin, Yuhua 

GM. Executive MBA 

Lincoln. Douglas R. Ill 

(Albuquerque. NM| 

Special Medical. Community 

Health Sciences 

Lind. Leroy Eric 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

It only took 40 years but looks like 

I am finally going to graduate! 

Lindanger. Merethe 

(Stavanger. Norway) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Lindauer, Ryan A. 

(Woodmere, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Linden, Gregory Rondolf 

(Stockton, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Lindenmayer, Evan Andrew 

(Piedmont, CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Linder. Jenny M. 

(Austin. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Linder, Stuart L 

(Washington, DC) 

Junior, History 

Lindheim, Steven R. 

(Middleton, Wl) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lindner, Nicholas Stephen 

(Clover, SC) 

First Year Law, Law 

IL Class (Law School), IL Class 

(Law School) 

Lindsay, Joseph A. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Communication 

Lindsey, James M 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Third Year Medi, Medicine 

History of Medicine Society. Docs 

Ought to Care 

Lindsey, Sam Everett 

(Lafayette, CA) 

MDi, Medicine 

Lindsley, Joshua David 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore. Art Studio 

Lindsley, Noah Valdez 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Lingle, Ashley 

(Long Beach. CA) 

Junior. Anthropology 

Linhardt Laura E. 

(Chopin. SC) 

Sophomore. Physics 

Linhardt. Lisa Ann 

(Chapin. SC) 

Senior. Chemistry. Mathematics 

Linlck. Camille L. 

(Huntsville, AL) 

MDI. Medicine 

Link Brittany Anne 

(Palos Verdes. CA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Linn. Christopher D 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Psychology 

Linn Rebecca L. 

(Houston. TX) 

Junior. Biological Chemistry 

Linnabery. Eileen Marie 

(Boca Raton. FL) 

Senior. Psychology 

To all the seniors, good luck! We 

made ill 

Linnehan Denise 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Accounting 

Linnehan Meredith Jean 

(East Hampton. NY) 

Sophomore. Communication 



Llnnell. Joshua D 

(Kansas City. KS) 

MD2. Medicine 

Untern. Derek David 

(Madison. CT) 

GM, Finance 

Lacrosse Club-Men's. Club Sports 

Field Rep. 

Lints. Michael Dilllon 

(New Smyrna. FL) 

Freshman. Music 

Lipin. Rosa 

(Portland. OR) 

Junior. Communication 

Lipinski. Rebecca Lee 

(Stratford. NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Swimming Club 

Lipkin, Michael 

(Pacific Palisades. CA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Lipman, Rory Anne 

(New York. NY) 

Sophomore. Communication 

Lipner, Justin Herrold 

(Glenview. IL) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Lippard. Courtney 

(Great Falls. VA) 

Senior. Early Childhood 

Education 

Lippman David 

(Portland. OR) 

Junior. Management 

Lipps. David Benjamin 

(Arlington Heights. IL) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Lipson Doug S. 

(St. Augustine. FL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lipuma. Lauren 

(Silver Spring. MD) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Liss. Laura Elizabeth 

(Hinsdale. IL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

List, Braden Rafferty 

(Delray Bch. FL) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

The grace and peace of our 

Lord be with you always. Love. 

Mom. Dad and Coffn 

Listi. Ginesse 

(Morgan City. LA) 

GD. Anthropology 

Litten Meghan 

(Medford. NJ) 

Junior. Economics 

Little. Derek G. 

(Bogalusa. LA) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology. 

Mathematics 

Pre-Medical Society 

Little Lindsey M. 

(Owings. MD) 

Sophomore. Accounting. 

Finance 

Alpha Kappa Psi - Professional 

Business Fraternity. College 

Democrats 

Uttlejohn Juliana 

(Sao Paulo. Brazil) 

Junior. Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation. Environmental StL .: 

Littrell Megan Annorah 

(Lincoln. NE) 

GM. Social Work 

Littrell Rachel L 

(Houston, TX) 

MD2. Medicine 

Litwin Bethany Jean 

(Shepherdstown. WV) 

Senior. Political Science. 

Management 

College Democrats. World Affairs 

Fonjm. Pi Sigma Alpha 

Uu. Chao-Ting 

(Tainan. Taiwan) 

Senior. Psychology. 

Environmental Studies 

Tulane Chinese Student 

Association (ROC) 



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Liu, Chou Li-Chen 

GM, Executive MBA 

Liu, Eden Y. 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Liu, Gerald 

(Arlington, TX) 

MD2, Medicine 

Liu, Huajie 

(Shanghai, China) 

GD. Civil Engineering 

Liu, Huining 

(Anshan, China) 

GM, Business 

Tulane International Business 

Society, Tulane Business and Law 

Society, Tulane Chinese Students 

& Scholars Association (PRC) 

Liu. Juliet 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Liu, Ming-Hui 

GM, Executive MBA 

Liu, Su 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Asian American Students United. 

Tuldne University Vietnamese 

Association, Flag Football 

Liu, Xingzhou 

(Mayfield, OH) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Liu, Yi Susanna 

(Memphis, TN) 

Junior, Marketing, English 

Liu-Sontag, Mayling 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Senior, Business 

Liuzza, Kathryn 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Liva, Maud Eva 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Lively, Jeremy Nicholas 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Liverman, Rachel An 

(Newton, MA) 

Junior, Management 

Livieres, Oliver Ricardo 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Legal Studies 

Livingstone, Becca 

(San Mateo, CA) 

GD, History 

Llamas, Jaqueline 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Llanos, Sergio 

GM. Executive MBA 

Llinas, Mateo 

(Bogota, Colombia) 

Sophomore, Finance, French 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Lloyd, Christina M 

(Harrisonville, MO) 

3L, Law 

Lo, Ching Kan 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Lo, Chun 

GM, Executive MBA 

Lo, Robert 

GM, Executive MBA 

Lo, Ya-Ling 

(Exton, PA) 

Doctoral, International Health 

Lobban, Alison Gayle 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Lobbins, Kyra M. 

(Chicago, IL) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Lobelson, Adam P. 

(Rockville Center, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Loch, Daniel Joseph 

(Wonder Lake, IL) 

Junior, Exercise Science 



Locker, AH 

(Scarsdale, NY) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Lockett, Alexandra 
(Mobile, AL) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Lockhart, David W. 
(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 
Technology 
Lockhart, Lucas Alan 
(Kirkwood, MO) 
Sophomore. PELE 
Locklin, Cara Anne 
(South Lyon. Ml) 
Masters. Maternal And Child 
Health, Public Health - 
Epidemiology 
Lockwood, Robert I. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
1 L, Law 

Lockwood, Sarah Elizabeth 
(Madison. CT) 
Junior, Political Science, 
Philosophy 

Pi Sigma Alpha, Tennis Club 
Loe, Lauren Elizabeth 
(Granite Falls, NC) 
Junior, Physics 
Loeb, Jacob Harry 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Loeb, Joshua D 
(Marina Del Re. CA) 
MD1, Medicine 
Loeb. Leslie 
(St Louis, MO) 
Junior, Art History 
Loescher, Jeremy 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Business 
Logan, George King 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Logan, Lauren 
(Lake Forest, IL) 
Junior, Marketing, Spanish 
Logan, Paul Russell 
(Arlington, VA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Logan, Thomas 
(Ashley, IL) 

Freshman, Computer Engineering 
College Democrats 
Lomax, Kristen Marie 
(Tuscaloosa, AL) 
Senior, Architecture, Sociology 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students, Green 
Club, College Democrats, CAC- 
TUS 

Lombard, Jacquelyn A. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
London, John Calvin 
(Shreveport, LA) 
Senior, Mathematics, Political 
Science 

Delta Tau Delta, Wesley 
Foundation-United Methodist 
Campus Center 
Londono, Berlin Luxelly 
(Bello) 

GD, Parasitology 
Long, Amy Marie 
(Mandeville, LA) 
Senior, Psychology 
Long, Brett A. 
(Harvey, LA) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Long. Joshua D. 
(Holliston, MA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Long, Maureen 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Latin American Studies 
Long, Robyn Gabriel 
(Sarasota, FL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 



Long, Timothy Edwin 

(Richmond. TX) 
GM, Executive MBA 
Longenecker, Stanton L 
(Jacksonville, FL) 
1 L, Law 

Look, Christopher Stetson, IV 
(Oak Bluffs, MA) 
Sophomore, Mathematical 
Economics 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Lookabaugh, Jamie L. 
(Frederick, MD) 
Sophomore, Architecture. 
Classical Studies 
Lookabaugh, Sarah 
(Frederick, MD) 

Sophomore, Cell and Molecular 
Biology, Art History 
Best of Luck! With much Love! 
Mom, Dad & Patches 
Loonstra, Jacqueline Elisia 
(Oranjestad, Aruba) 
GM, English 
Lopez, Alejandro L 
(Trujillo Alto, PR) 
3L, Law 

Lopez, Gaudi N 
(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Lopez, Sheridan Chelsey 
(Thornton, CO) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 
Lorentson, Todd 
(Fernandina Beach, FL) 
GM, Business 
Lorenzen, Brian M. 
(Thornwood, NY) 
Junior, Economics, Psychology 
Dodgeball 
Lorick, Vann L. 
(Haughton, LA) 
Senior, Finance 
Loring, Mark Wyche 
(Charlotte, NC) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Loring, Robert L 
(Bridgeport, NY) 
GM, Art Studio 
Lormand. Spencer Blaine 
(Ville Platte, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Lorono, Joseph F. 
(Rye, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 
Lossi, Christina M. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Lossi, Dina Paolo 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Junior, Communication 
Lott, Alexander L 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman. Undecldred 
Lottinger. Christy 
(Slidell, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Lou, Jared Peter 
(Weston, MA) 
Masters. Policy Economics 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lacrosse Club- 
Men's 

Lou, Kristina V. 
(Weston, MA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Loubser, Kara M 
(Aliwal North, S. Africa) 
MD1, Medicine 
Loughran, Colleen T. 
(Lewiston, NY) 
Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 
Louie, Kyle P. 
(Lancaster, PA)_ 
Sophomore, Architecture 
Louisme, Robinson 
(Fort Myers, FL) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Loup, Rachel E. 
(Ballwin, MO) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 



Love, Ashely E. 

(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Public Relations 
Love, William Michael 
(Jefferson, LA) 

Freshman, Organizational Info 
Technology 
Lovell, Melissa 
(Murphysboro, IL) 
GM, Maternal And Child Health 
Lovett, Brooke 
(Tuftonboro, NH) 
Junior, Civil Engineering 
Lovuola, Victoria Anne 
(Houston, TX) 
GM, Executive MBA 
Low, Elizabeth A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
IL, Law 

Business Law Society, 
Entertainment & Arts Law Society, 
Law Women's Association 
Lowe, Bradley Thomas 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Masters, Business 
Lowe, Emily D. 
(Leawood, KS) 
Junior. Sociology 
Lowe. Lewis Anderson 
(Hogansville. GA) 
Senior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 
Policy 

Lowman, Nicholas K. 
(Kernersville, NC) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Basketball, Navy Reserve Officers 
Training Corps 
Lowman, Staci A 
(Ames, IA) 
3L. Law 

Lowrey, Sidney Clara 
(Kansas City, MO) 
Senior, Latin American Studies, 
International Development 
Tulane University Latin American 
Studies Organization, Green 
Wave Ambassadors, College 
Democrats, Pre-Law Society, 
Latin and American Student 
Association 

You've exceeded all expecta- 
tions. What a ride seeing your 
work pay off. Love, Mommy and 
Papa Bear 

Lowry, Bruce Benjamin 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Lowther, Charles S 
(Houston, TX) 
3L, Law 

Lowy, Jenna Aviva 
(White Plains, NY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Loyd, Jacob M. 
(Boulder, CO) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Lozanova, Milla Georgieva 
(New York. NY) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Lozinak, Steffan S. 
(Palm City, FL) 
Sophomore, Biomedical 
Engineering 
Lu, Caiyi 

(Zhangjiagang, China) 
GD, Chemistry 
Lu, Qin 

(Beijing, China) 
GM, Theatre 
Lubanko, Kaia Nicole 
(Houston, TX) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Lubaszka, Megan M. 
(West Hills, CA) 
Junior, Architecture 
Lubimir, John Gordon 
(Allison Pork, PA) 
Junior, Ecology & Evol Biology 
Lucas, Clayton Greenidge 
(Hagerstown. MD) 
Freshman, Engineering 



Lucas, Conrad G 

(Berkeley Spri, WV) 

1 L, Law 

Lucas, Ebony Roshawn 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Masters, Public Health - 

Epidemiology, Women's Studies 

Lucas, Janice W. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Lucas, Sean Christopher 

(Covington, GA) 

Senior, Finance 

Congratulations! We are proud 

of your accomplishments! We 

wish you the best! Love. Mom & 

Jacques 

Luce, Peter T 

(New Orleans, LA) 

1 L, Law 

Lucey, Katianne Nicole 

(Wilmington, DE) 

Junior, Psychology, English 

Residence Hall Association 

Lucia, Charles V. 

(Laplace, LA) 

Senior, Architecture 

Luck, Rachel F 

(Shreveport, LA) 

3L, Law 

Luckhurst, Nikki Theresa 

(Athens, GA) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humdnities 

Ludwig, Sara Mae 

(Neendh, Wl) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Ludwin, Steven Michael 

(Randolph, NJ) 

MD3, Medicine 

Lufkin, Kate P. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Lugus, Emmy R 

(Andover, MA) 

3L, Law 

Luis, Timothy M 

(Columbus, OH) 

GD, Psychology 

Luk, Yi-Chuan 

(Taichung, Taiwan) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Lukash, Abigail Kate 

(Great Neck, NY) 

Senior, Sociology 

Our 3rd generation Tulane 

Graduate! Carry on this tradition 

proudly! We Love U! Mom, Dad, 

Sarah & Molly 

Luke, Jeremy Edward 

(Marrero, LA) 

GM, Business, Finance 

Luke, R. Joy 

(Preston, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lukens, Sarah R 

(Oakdale, CT) 

GD, Mathematics 

Lumar, Joshua Joel 

(Edgdrd, LA) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humdnities 

Lumby, Cindy Nicholle 

(Richardson. TX) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Lumby, Crystal R. 

(Richardson, TX) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Lund, Christi 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Lundahl, Michael Joseph 

(Bowie, MD) 

Senior, Music 

Lundin, Rebecca 

(Arlington, TX) 

GM, International Health 

Lundsgaard, Amber Jo 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lundy, Adia Marth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 



266 • Directory 



Lunney. J Glynn 
(Mandeville. LA) 
GD. Economics 
Lunsford, Melissa 
(Gulfport. MS) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Luo, Hongmei 
(Nanjing. China) 
GD, Chemical Engineering 
Luo, Tao 

(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Marketing, Finance 
Tulane Chinese Students & 
Scholars Association(PRC), Tulane 
International Business Society, 
Tulane Entrepreneurs Association 
Luo, Tiffany Ting 
(Westbury. NY) 
Junior, English 
Luo, Yl 

(New York, NY) 
Masters, Architecture 
Luplani, Margaret A 
(River Forest, IL) 
Junior. Undeclared 
Lupianl, Matthew David 
(Rochester, NY) 
Junior. Architecture 
We're proud of your drive to suc- 
ceed - keep reaching! Love, 
Mom. Dad, Mike, Nicole. Zach & 
Slacey 

Lupin, Amber N. 
(Antioch, CA) 

Senior. Latin American Studies. 
Spanish 

Residence Hall Association, Phi 
Sigma Pi Honor Society. 
Intramural Softball - Fighting' 
Biscuits 

Lupin, Nancy Alison 
(Scarsdale, NY) 
Senior, Sociology 
Lupu, Lara Karin 
(Piano. TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Lupulescu, Alexandra loana 
(Troy. NY) 

Freshman, Mechanical 
Engineering 
Lupulescu Cristiana 
(Bucharest, Romania) 
Senior, Civil Engineering 
American Society of Civil 
Engineers, Society of Women 
Engineers 

Lusk, Rebecca Marie 
(Metairie, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Lusk, Sean Gregory 
(Slidell, LA) 

Senior. General Studies / 
Humanities 
Luttrell, Steven Paul 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Senior, Computer Info Systems 
Lux, Paul 
(Saint Louis. MO) 
Senior. Marketing 
Luxenberg Michael 
(Jericho. NY) 

Sophomore, Management, 
Marketing 

Flag Football, Tennis Club. Ping 
Pong 

Lydecker Nicole B. 
(Miami. FL) 
1 L, Law 

Lyman Kristin A 
(Boca Raton. FL) 
GM. Health Systems 
Management 
Lynch, Amanda A 
(Cairo. WV) 

Post Baccalaure. Undeclared 
Lynch, Katherine Bailey 
(Atlanta, GA) 
Masters, Business. Finance 
Lynch Kristen Marie 
(Brooklyn. NY) 
Sophomore. Biomedical 
Engineering 



Lynch Kristin Diondre 

(Shreveport. LA) 

Junior. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Lynch, Wesley D. 

(San Diego. CA) 

Junior. Marketing 

Lynn. Rachel Christina 

(Decatur, GA) 

Sophomore. Chemical 

Engineering 

Lyon, Scott R. 

(El Cerrito. CA) 

Senior, Accounting, Finance 

Sigma Chi 

Lyons, Alpha L., Ill 

(Memphis, TN) 

Sophomore, Finance 

Lyons, Deirdre Eileen 

(Manassas. VA) 

Junior, Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Lyons, Ramona C 

Junior, Undeclared 

Lyons, Trevor J. 

(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

College Republicans 

Lytle, Sara Elizabeth 

(Missoula, MT) 

Junior. Biological Chemistry, 

French 

Ma, Emily C 

3L, Law 

Ma, Xiaoyue 

(Jingmen, China) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Maass, Heather 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Undeclared 

Mabrey Beatrice G. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mac Curdy, Kevin Moreland 

(Slidell. LA) 

Senior, Management, Economics 

Congratulations Kevin. We're 

proud of you. Love Mom and 

Dad! 

Mac Dougall, Lane Taylor 

(Mercer Island, WA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Mac Williams, Conor James 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Maccoll. Catherine W 

(Cockeysville. MD) 

MD4. Medicine 

Maccormack-Gelles. Hannah 

(Portland, OR) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Maccurdy. Michael 

(Slidell, LA) 

GD, Ph.D. In Stru. 8. Cell Biology 

Macdonald, Alicia Nicole 

(High Point, NC) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Macdonald, Carl 

(Pearl River, LA) 

GM, Public Health And Trap Med 

Macedo, Erica A. 

(Minot. MA) 

Senior. Marketing 

Congratulations! We are so 

proud ot you! Love. Dad 

Machen Angela Roberts 

(Baker. LA) 

Doctoral, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Macht Marlow 

(Hood River. OR) 

MD2, Medicine 

Macik, Stephanie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Mack, Benjamin Adam 

(Rockville Center, NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mack Brian Michael 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Parasitology 

Mack, Eric B 

(New Orleans. LA) 

2L. Law 



Mack, Jerry Brody 

(Glenview. IL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mack, Sarah Klrsten While 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Mackay, Allyson T. 

(Flower Mound, TX) 

Sophomore. Sociology. French 

Law and Sexuality. Tulane 

Chinese Student Association 

(ROC) 

Mackay. Carrie Lenora 

(Hingham, MA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Mackey, Lily Vienna 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Mackey, Stephen Daniel 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mackin, Margaret P 

(Atlanta, GA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Mackintosh, Travis Richard 

(Adamstown, MD) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Macklin, Jamie R. 

(Effingham. IL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Mackniesh, Heather 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Maclachlan, Alexander Romero 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Maclaird. Misha 

(Sausalito, CA) 

GM. Spanish 

Maclean, Christopher G. 

(Okatie, SC) 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 

Macleish, Jessica 

(Ardsley, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Macleod, Daniel Lewis 

(The Woodlands. TX) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Fencing Club. Soundwave. 

TURBO. Tulane Concert Band. 

Literary Society /Tulane Review 

Macmurdo, Mark Carl 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Macus, John Mitchell. Ill 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Madary Michael Joseph, Jr 

(Skaneateles, NY) 

GD. Philosophy 

Maday, Jeff Joseph 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L. Law 

Maddern. Kurt H. 

(Hamilton. MA) 

Senior. Finance 

Maddern Nicholas S. 

(So. Hamilton, MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Maddox. Keith P. 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Senior. Anthropology 

Maddox, Lacey E 

(Spartanburg. SC) 

3L. Law 

Fencing Club 

Maddox Marc C 

(Wichita. KS) 

GD. Anthropology 

Madey, William R. 

(West Islip. NY) 

Sophomore. Mathematics 

Madgert Sean Patrick 

(Sammamish. WA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Madison Jake Joseph 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 



Madison. Tresonya Veslula 

(Harvey. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Madlock, Donald R., Jr 

(Tyler. TX) 

Senior. Accounting 

Madson. Lindsey Jo 

(Bend. OR) 

GM, International Health 

Mae, Michael P. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Preservation Studies 

Maese Adam Blair 

(New Orleans. LA) 

SPG. International Development 

Maeso, Ramon 

(Santiago. Chile) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Maestretti. Rob Anthony 

(Oakley. CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Magee, Cheryl 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Magee. Sean R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Computer Info 

Systems 

Maggio, Gabrielle Elisabeth 

Jakobsen 

(Methuen, MA) 

GD, Physics 

MOSAIC 

Maggipinto, Nicholas James 

(Wheatley Heights, NY) 

Senior, Political Science, Spanish 

College Republicans. Pre-Law 

Society. Pi Sigma Alpha 

Magleby, Nora 

(Dix Hills. NY) 

Senior, Communication 

Maglieri, Carrie L. 

(Kenner. LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Magne', Jacqueline Marie 

(Slidell, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Magne', Jacques Albert, III 

(Slidell. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Magnelia, Nicole M. 

(Austin, TX) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Magnoni, Aline 

(Milano. Italia) 

GD, Anthropology 

Magnus, Julia A 

3L, Law 

Magnuson. Lauren Patricia 

(Redding, CA) 

Sophomore, Women's Studies. 

Philosophy 

Magouirk Brittany Anne 

(Tolland. CT) 

Senior. Anthropology 

Magouirk Robert D 

(Gibbstown. NJ) 

1 L. Law 

Tulane Sports Law Society 

MahaHey Katherine 

(Simpsonville. SC) 

Junior, History 

Mahajan Priya 

(Mission viejo. CA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Mahajan Shonti Devi 

(Middleton. MA) 

Junior. Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Mahana Ralph Jason 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Maher Robert James III 

(Harvey, LA) 

GM. Civil Engineering 

Maher Travis Joseph 

(Plymouth. MN) 

Junior. Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Mahida Briana Marie 

(Roswell. GA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



Mohne Paula M 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Junior. Paralegal SI 

Mohnke Amanda Hope 

(Marengo. IL) 

Junior. Biological Chemistry 

Rugby Football Club-Women's, 

Soundwave. Tulane Morching 

Band 

Mahoney. Nora E 

(Goffstown. NH) 

IL. Law 

Mahoney. Sean 

(Palo Alto. CA) 

SPP. I 

Mahony Emon O 

(Fort Smith. AR) 

1 L, Law 

I L Class (Law School) 

Maidbrey, Brandon Michael 

(Coconut Grove. FL) 

Senior. Accounting 

Maier Kayleigh Allyn 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mailhot. Chantal A. 

(Helotes. TX) 

Senior. Civil Engineering 

Mainor David I 

(Philadelphia. PA) 

GD. Social Work 

Mains. Ellen E. 

(Hinsdale. IL) 

Freshman. Economics. Spanish 

Mainstain. Farra Michele 

(Tarzana. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Majid, Nina R 

(Kenner, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems. 

Information Systems 

Alpha Sigma Lambda, Reading. 

Community Services. Jogging. 

Theatre 

Majnerick. Denise Margaret 

(Metairie. LA) 

Masters. International 

Development. Public Health - 

Global Community Health 

Major Jovanne S 

(Decatur. GA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Makanui Leiponi L. 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Makey Ian A 

(Meridian. MS) 

MD4. Medicine 

Martial Arts Club. Swimming 

Club. Runner's Club 

Makvandi Monear 

(Edgewood. NM) 

Masters. International Health 

Malashock Hannah Rose 

(Overland Park. KS) 

Freshman, Spanish 

Malax-Echevama Uri Jon 

(Getxo. Spain) 

GD. Spanish 

Malbrough Carolyn M 

(Harvey. LA) 

Freshman. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Malbrue Janrz Marcus 

(Sunset. LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Malcolm John Edward 

(Cape Elizabet. ME) 

Freshman. Electrical Engineering 

Maldonado Jose Israel 

(Brooklyn. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Maldonado Mario F. 

(Gretna. LA) 

Junior. Paralegal Studies 

Male Michael 

(Lienz. Austria) 

Junior. Business 

Maleckar Mary Margot 

Catherine 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Biomedical Engineering 



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Maleski, Alina Zofia 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Malik, Aden Noor 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Malik, Anjali 

(Union City, TN) 

MD2, Medicine 

Mailer, Alexander Michael 

(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Malliaris, Stephanie D 

(Gloucester, MA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Mallios, Kathryn Alexis 

(Austin, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mallory, Kaitlin I. 

(Brier, WA) 

Sophomore, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Malone, Anne Kathline 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Moloney, Matthew Justin 

(Turner, ME) 

Senior, Finance 

Freeman Student Government, 

Basketball, Sigma Alpha Mu 

Maloof, Amanda M. 

(Columbia, TN) 

Freshman, Public Health - Global 

Community Health 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students, SAFER 

Malowitz, Paige Elizabeth 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, History 

Mamelli, Brian C 

(Harvey, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclcred 

Manchak, Michael D 

(Denver, CO) 

MD1, Medicine 

Mancilla, Marcel 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Mancini, Cristina 

(Bronxville, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared, 

Architecture 

Mandel, Jeffrey Kabat 

(Chesapeake, VA) 

Sophomore. History 

Phi Gamma Delta, Scuba Club, 

NROTC 

Mandel, Marc H 

3L, Law 

International Law Society, 3L 

Class (Law School), Phi Alpha 

Delta Honor Society 

Mandel, Travis Glenn 

(Fort Myers, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mandell, Daniel T. 

(Bolton, MA) 

Freshman, Chemistry, Cell and 

Molecular Biology 

TU Baseball, Baseball Club, 

Basketball 

Mandelstein, Michelle A. 

(Vernon Hills, IL) 

Masters, History 

Mandeville, Sarah E 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Masters, Social Work 

Manepalli, Ashok Kumar 

(Tallahassee, FL) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Manetta-Dillon, Keenan 

(Oxford, NJ) 

Junior, Psychology 

Manger, Abigail Peace 

(Brielle, NJ) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Mangi, Saurabh 

(Mcallen. TX) 

3L, Law 



Mangimelli, Alexandra Renstrom 

(Charlotte. NC) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Mangone, Jason Paul 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Maniaci, Renata H. 

(Sturgeon Bay, Wl) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Manikian, Rachel L. 

(Atkinson, NH) 

Senior, Psychology, 

Communication 

Pi Beta Phi, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students 

Maniscalco, Lee Michael 

(Birmingham, AL) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Green Wave Ambassadors, Pre- 

Medical Society, Phi Kappa 

Sigma 

Manko, Moira Keefe 

(Madison, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Manley, Elizabeth S 

(Nottingham, NH) 

GD, History 

Manley, Jessica Colleen 

(Scottsdale, AZ) 

Freshman, Legal Studies in 

Business, Political Science 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Green 

Wave Ambassadors, Circle K 

International 

Mann, Pamela Michelle 

(Chesapeake, VA) 

GM, International Health 

Mann, Rebecca 

(Wichita, KS) 

3L, Law 

Mann, Sunny Joy 

(Wilmette, IL) 

GD, Anthropology, Linguistics 

Manna, Dante V 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Mathematics 

Manning, Earl M. 

(Metairie, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Manning, Joseph S. 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Manning, Laura Katherine 

(Richmond, VA) 

GD, Psychology 

Manning, Mary Lynn 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Manning-Riley, Caitlin E. 

(Wakefield, Rl) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Manos, John A 

(Stdunton, VA) 

1 L, Law 

Mantuani, Anthony Richard 

GM, International Health 

Mantuani, Daniel 

(Eugene, OR) 

MD3, Medicine 

Manucso lii, Ronald 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Media Arts 

Manuel, Emily 

(Concord, MA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Manuel, Melissa Diane 

(Covington, LA) 

Senior, Latin American Studies, 

Spanish 

Manuel, Vanessa Lee 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Mao, Lulu 

(Anshan. China) 

GD, Anatomy 

Mapleh-Kennedy, Louise 

Cleopatra 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

GM, Epidemiology 



Marasca, Adriana 

(New Orleans, LA) 

SPU, Architecture 

Marc, Jennifer L. 

(Buffalo Grove. IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marcellino, Matthew T. 

(Bermuda Run, NC) 

3L, Law 

Marcheselli, Christian Ivan 

(Covington, LA) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Marck, Michelle K 

(Old Hickory, TN) 

1 L, Law 

Marcopoulos, Alexander J 

(Cortlandt Manor, NY) 

1 L, Law 

Marcoulier, Susan Renee 

(Portland, OR) 

Masters. Social Work 

Marcus, Sarah 

(Short Hills, NJ) 

3L, Law 

Marcus, Stephen Charles 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Senior, Architecture 

Marcuse, Farren Jessica 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Maready, Douglas M 

(Mesa, AZ) 

MD4, Medicine 

Margetta, Alexandra M 

(Sarasota, FL) 

Junior, Finance 

Margules, Rachel Tess 

(Weston, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marholz, Graham Keith 

(Slidell, LA) 

Sophomore. Computer Info 

Systems 

Marin, Andrew 

(Ft Washington, MD) 

Junior, Psychology 

Marin, Erica E 

(Rochester, Ml) 

MD3, Medicine 

Marine, Ethan Benjamin 

(Northridge, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Marinelli, Lee Lindsey 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Computer Science 

Mariner, Christa M 

(Rocky Hill, CT) 

GD, History 

Mariner, Sarah 

(Baltimore, MD) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Marino, Allegra 

(New York, NY) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Marino, Katherine Elizabeth 

(Mars, PA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Marion, Carley Rose 

(Ivyland, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marion, Noah Benjamin 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior, Art Studio 

Mark, AM 

(Miami, FL) 

Senior, Marketing 

Markell, Jason P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, English 

Markelwitz, Christin Ann 

(Moorestown, NJ) 

Senior, Sociology 

Congratulations to you and your 

whole class for graduating and 

surviving Katrina! Love, Mommy 

& Pop 

Marker, John Derrick 

(De Queen, AR) 

MD2, Medicine 

Markham, Jenna Rene 

(Pass Christian, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 



Markley, Sarah Joan Goodell 

(Davis, CA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Markowitz, Jessica Ami 

(Boxborough, MA) 

Junior, Legal Studies 

Marks, Heather M. 

(Port Barre, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marks, Jessica Roxanne 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Marks, Sarah Christine Camilla 

(St. Paul, MN) 

Junior, Psychology 

Marks, Theodore Pearson 

(Cleveland, OH) 

Junior, Anthropology, Economics 

Kappa Sigma 

Marksbury, Colin R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Marks-Norton, Sebastian 

(Alexandria, VA) 

Junior, Philosophy, Political 

Science 

Pre-Law Society, WTUL, Indian 

Association of Tulane University 

Marland, Kate E. 

(Monte Sereno, CA) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Marling, Morgan Wieland 

(Orlando, FL) 

Senior, Psychology, Studio Art 

Sigma Delta Tau, Tennis Club, 

American Marketing Association 

Maroff, Mohammad Ibrahim 

(Kabul, Afghanistan) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Maroney, Molly Clare 

(Salem, OR) 

Senior, French 

Marquez, Desiree Raye 

(Diberville, MS) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Marr, Spencer Adam 

(Merrick, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marr, Virginia Andrea 

(Norwalk, CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marrero, Luis Jose 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Mars, Dustin Emmitt 

(Oklahoma City, OK) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Marsala, Amy Suzanne 

(Carmichael, CA) 

GM, International Health 

Marsanico, Bruce V. 

(New Hyde Park, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Marsh, Andrew Garrett 

(Fairfield, CT) 

Junior, English 

Marsh, Lauren Ashley 

(Lansdale, PA) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Marsh. Lucas J. 

(Austin. TX) 

Freshman, Engineering 

Marsh, Michael D 

(San Angelo, TX) 

GD, Ph.D. In Stru. & Cell Biology 

Marshall, Bradley Allen 

(Dalton, GA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Marshall, John E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Marshall, John Montgomery 

(Piano, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marshall, Richard H 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 



Marfan Palau, Oscar Arturo 

(Call Valle) 
Senior, Finance 

Soccer Club-Men's, Soccer Club- 
Men's 

Martes, Kevin C. 
(So. Easton, MA) 
Junior, General Studies / 
Humanities 
Martin, Aaron R. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, PELE 
Martin, Andrea 
(Lake Mary, FL) 
Senior, Architecture 
Martin, Anundra 
(Marrero, LA) 
3L. Law 

Martin, Chantel M 
(Gretna, LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 
Martin, David William 
(Brentwood, TN) 
Freshman, Engineering 
Martin, Edmund Stewart 
(Savannah, GA) 
Masters, Public Health - 
Environmental Health Science 
Martin, Elaine K. 
(Henderson, KY) 

Senior, Political Science, History 
Martin, Elizabeth Elaine 
(Philadelphia, MS) 
Freshman, Casino Resort 
Management 
Martin, Jeremy A 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Graduate, Civil Engineering 
Martin, Jonathan A. 
(N. Egremont, MA) 
3L, Law 

Martin, Lauren N. 
(Jacksonville, FL) 
Senior, Environmental Biology 
Green Club 
Martin, Megan R. 
(Eugene, OR) 
Junior, Marketing, Spanish 
Pi Beta Phi 
Martin, Melinda M 
(Madisonville, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Martin, Melvenia Michelle 
(New Albany, MS) 
GD, Interdisciplinary 
Martin, Meredith Amanda 
(Charlotte, NC) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Martin, Riann Denise 
(Mchenry, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Martin, Ryan Stephen 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior, Management, Marketing 
Martin, Sarah M. 
(Bedford, IN) 
Sophomore, Spanish 
Martin, Sheila Ann 
(Carthage, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Martin, Victoria Leslie 
(Dover, PA) 

Senior, Environmental Biology 
Martin, Vincent Francis, III 
(Pacific Palisades. CA) 
Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 

We're very proud of you. Love. 
Mom 8. Dad 
Martin, Yolanda Lavem 
(Gulfport, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Martin-Duhe, Kimberly Lora 
(Westwego, LA) 
Junior, Paralegal Studies, 
Accounting 

Tulane University Paralegal 
Association 
Martinez, Erik Eugenio 
(Guadalajara, Mexico) 
Freshman, Architecture 



268 • Directory 



Martinez. Gladys Aleyda 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Martinez, Isabel 

(Houston, TX] 

GM, Executive MBA 

Martinez, Itzel 

(Houston, TX] 

GM, Executive MBA 

Martlno, Lauren Kate 

(Croton-on-Hudson. NY) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Martins Erika Frellas 

(Kenner, LA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Martinson, Matthew John 

(Whitefish Bay. Wl) 

Junior, Business 

Martinson, Molly Fraser 

(Princeton, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Maruna, James Frederick 

(Hinsdale. IL) 

Junior, PEMH 

Marx, Carolanne Marae 

(Monroe, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Marx, Sarah Kathryn 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Marzullo, Thao Nguyen 

(Covington. LA) 

GM, Business 

Masiuk, Aleksei 

(Millersville, MD) 

Senior, Finance 

Mason, Alina M 

(Kihei, HI) 

2L. Law 

Mason, Alisa P. 

(Niceville. FL) 

Junior, Legal Studies 

Mason, Antonio Dejuan 

(Mobile. AL) 

Masters. Finance 

Mason, Samantha Adrian 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Mechanical Engineering. 

Physics 

National Society of Black 

Engineers 

Mason, Sharron Marie 

(Colorado Springs. CO) 

MD4, Medicine 

Mason, Theresa Ann 

(Harvey, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mason, W. S. 

(Tequesta. FL) 

IL, Law 

Masoodi, Zara Moin 

(Kenner, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Massad, Tara J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Massari, Philipp 

(Nuremberg. Germany) 

LM. Law 

Masset. Jana M. 

(Bismarck. ND) 

Sophomore. Architecture 

Massey, Caitlin M 

(Simsbury, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Massey, Chad 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Massi, Rodrigo J 

(San Salvador. El Salvador) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Massicot, Reed 

(Ft.Mitchell. KY) 

Senior, Finance 

Mast. Ryan 

(Fowler. IL) 

GM. Latin American Studies 

Mastagni, Erin Christie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 



Mastren, Vanessa A, 

(Long Beoch. CA) 

Senior, Chemical Engineering 

Mateen, Wallace S. 

(Richardson, TX) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Mathai, Rosa 

(Leesville, LA) 

Sophomore. Latin American 

Studies 

Wonderful job Rosal We are so 

proud ol you. Ammo, Appa. 

Anna & Mariam 

Matherne, Angela V 

(Luling. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Matherne, Chea 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior. Business 

Congratulations on a wonderful 

Jr year! You made it against all 

odds! Love Mom 

Matherne, Rachelle Elizabeth 

Senior. Media Arts 

Mathew, Maya Mary 

(Mcdonough, GA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Mathews, Heather Y. 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Mathews, Tara Lynn 

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) 

GD. Psychology 

Mathias, Victoria Skippar 

(Lewisburg, PA) 

Junior. Communication 

Mathieson, Cynthia A. 

(Kensington, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

We are very proud of how strong 

you were this year! Love Mom & 

Dad 

Mathis, Damion Laurence 

(Palo Alto, CA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mathis, Peyton S. 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Mathur, Tanmay 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Junior, Neuroscience, 

Management 

Matlock, David Lee 

(Morton. IL) 

MD4. Medicine 

Matshiya. Ethel 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Journalism, Sociology 

Matsumoto, Kengo 

(Yokohama, Japan) 

Junior. Sociology 

Matta, Zachary Thomas 

(Jacksonville. FL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Mattappally, Jibin Mathew 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Matthews, Alexander 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Matthews, Francesco B. 

(Kenner, LA) 

Sophomore, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Matthews Jarman C 

(Franklinton. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Matthews. Justin Edward 

(Cherry Hill. NJ) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience. 

Psychology 

Matthews, Kimberly J 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Matthews Laura Rose 

(Baton Rouge. LA) 

Freshman. Biomedical 

Engineering 



Matthews, Paul Preston 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Political Science 

InterVarsily Christian Fellowship 

Matthews, Philip L. 

(Wilson, NC) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Matthews, Roger Glenn 

(Bluffton. SC) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Matthews, Ryan Lambert 

(St. Louis, MO) 

GM, International Health 

Matthews, Walker 

(St Louis, MO) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Matthews-Sterling, Maya Allssa 

(St. John. Virgin Islands) 

Graduate, International Health 

Maucher, Katherine Leigh 

(Mt. Pleasant. SC) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Mauer, George 

GM, Computer Science 

Maund, Jennifer L 

(Matawan. NJ) 

Masters, Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

Maura, Sabine Carmen 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

Junior, Communication 

Mauri, Edward Barbaro 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Maurin, Michelle Elizabeth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Mavar, Matthew Carroll 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Mavricek, Matej 

(Zagreb, Croatia) 

Sophomore, Information Systems 

Fencing Club, Green Club 

Mavromatis, Tiffany Marie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore. Cell and Molecular 

Biology, Sociology 

Pre-Medical Society 

Mavronicolas. Gregori D. 

(New York, NY) 

2L, Law 

Mawad, Raja Michael 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior. Management 

Maxwell, Christopher Michael 

(Gardendale. AL) 

Junior, English 

Maxwell, Michael P 

(Lexington, MO) 

2L. Law 

Business Law Society, 

International Law Society. Tulane 

Journal of International & 

Comparative Law 

May Duncan P. 

(Wyomissing, PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

May, Jessica M. 

(Gretna, LA) 

Sophomore, Cell 8. Molecular 

Biology 

May, Julia Ashton 

(Nashville, TN) 

Junior. Architecture 

May Robert 

(Tuscaloosa. AL) 

Senior. Management 

May. Whitney A. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Mayeaux, Vickie Baraftlni 

(River Ridge. LA) 

GM, Business 

Mayer Richard Vincent 

(El Cajon. CA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mayfield Marsinah Annettea 

(Marrero. LA) 

GM. Health 

Communication/Education 



Mayhall, Kimberly Ann 
(Katy, TX) 

Masters. Architecture 
Mayhall Sarah Elizabeth 
(The Woodlands. TX) 
Junior, Civil Engineering 
Mayorga. Christian Antonio 
(Metairie, LA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Mays, Rebekah Honnah 
Freshman. Cell and Molecular 
Biology. Anthropology 
Mazali. Rogerlo 
(Brasilia. Brazil) 
GD, Economics 
Mazumdar. Tania 
(Metairie. LA) 
IL. Law 

Mazzeffi. Michael A 
(Schaumburg, IL) 
MD4. Medicine 
Mc Cain, Karwin LaJuan 
(Monroe, LA) 
MD4, Medicine 
Student National Medical 
Association. American Medical 
Student Association 
Mc Cord, Samuel Seymour, IV 
(Prairieville, LA) 
MD3, Medicine 
Mc Culloch, Keith Thomas 
(Wilton. CT) 
Junior, Finance 
Mc Culloch. Margaret Edith 
(Billings. MT) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 
Mc Cullough, Kelly Jean 
(Plymouth, PA) 

Junior, Environmental Biology 
Mc Donald. Nikol Lei 
(Lafayette, LA) 
MD2. Medicine 
Mc Donald, Ryan Joseph 
(Bloomington. IN) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Mc Dowell, Nicholas Scott 
(Billings, MT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Delta Tau Delta 
Mc Gehee. James Alfred, III 
(Lafayette, LA) 
GM, Music 

Mc Ginnis, Daniel Stewart 
(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore, Psychology 
Keep up the good work! Love 
Mom. Dad and Becky 
Mc Glinn, Nicole Mallory 
(Chicago. IL) 
Junior, Architecture 
Mc Goldrick, Oisin Tonieh 
(Forest Hills, NY) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Mc Gowan, Ashley L. 
(Peoria, IL) 

Senior, Political Science 
Pi Sigma Alpha 
With love & great pride we all 
congratulate you on this wonder- 
ful achievement! Mom. Dad & 
Family 

Mc Lendon Ronald C, Jr 
(Marrero. LA) 
MD2. Medicine 
Alpha Phi Alpha. Student 
National Medical Association. I'm 
a MD/MPH student enrolled in 
Public Health 

Mc Mahon Christina llagan 
(Arlington. VA) 
2L. Law 

Mc Menemon John Joseph III 
(Katonah. NY) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Mc Nair Michael Stephen Jr 
(Mobile. AL) 

GM. Preservation Studies 
Mc Rae Joseph Michael 
(Mobile. AL) 
GM. Libera 
Mc Williams Emily C. 
(Swarthmore. PA) 
Masters. Philosophy 



Mcolllster, Angela Rose 

(Oregon, Wl) 

GM, International Health 

Mcalllster. Kirsten Marie 

(Oxford, PA) 

Sophomore. Political Science 

Mcallisler Samper, Alberto 

(Bogotd. Columbia) 

Senior. Business. Marketing 

Mcalpln. Undsey Morie 

(Austin. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mcondrew Christopher B. 

(Dublin. OH) 

Junior. Mechanical Engineering 

Alpha Tau Omega. Runner's Club 

Mcarthur. David F 

(Fairfax. VA) 

3L. Law 

Mcatee. Gregory M 

{Mobile. AL) 

Sophomore. Mathematics 

Mcauliffe. Megan C. 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Junior. Psychology 

Mcavoy Caroline K. 

(Beverly. MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Mcbride. Alex P 

(Raleigh. NC) 

2L. Law 

Mcbride Lauren Deveau 

(Falls Church. VA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mcbride Sandra L. 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mcbride. Stacy N. 

(Birmingham. AL) 

Junior. Legal Studies. Finance 

McBroom Jessica 

(Detroit. Ml) 

Junior. Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Mccaa. William 

(Salt Lake City. UT) 

Masters. Business 

Graduate Business Council. 

Catholic Center 

Mccabe Kelly Kathleen 

(Skokie. IL) 

GM. Tropical Medicine 

Mccabe Margaret L. 

(White Plains. NY) 

Junior. Psychology 

McCabe Michael P 

(St. Louis. MO) 

MD4. Medicine 

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor 

Society. Medical Military Student 

Association 

Mccabe Ryan M. 

(Marcy. NY) 

Second Year Law. Law 

Mccaffery Meghan Louise 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Accounting 

McCarthy Elizabeth 

(Media. PA) 

Sophomore. Tneatre 

McCarthy Sean R 

(Co Clare) 

GD. English 

McCarthy Theodore Hart 

(Mclean. VA) 

FYR. Architecture 

Mccartin Amanda J. 

(Gaithersburg. MD) 

Freshman. Exercise Science 

Mccarty Douglass D. 

gham. AL) 
Senior. Computer Science 
Mccarty Mary Elizabeth 
(Loveland. OH) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 
Tulane Emergency Medical 
Service 

Mccauley Averie Lauren 
(Ville Platte. LA) 
GM. Social Work 
Mccauley Stiles C. 
(Tustin. CA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 



Directory • 



Mcclam, Eric James 

(Columbia, SC) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Mcclay, Akil Z. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Neuroscience 

McClellan, Markethy 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Junior, Information Systems 

Mcclendon, Amy Caroline 

(Amite, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcclernon, Patrick L. 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Mcclinton, Broderick Brooks 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Mccloskey, Marc C. 

(Destrehan, LA) 

Sophomore, Engineering 

Mccloud, Kati L. 

(Mifflinburg, PA) 

Senior, English 

Mccluskey, Kathleen Elizabeth 

(Waxahachie, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mccluskey, Kyle Matthew 

(Pensacola, FL) 

Junior, Architecture 

Mccord, Andrew Z. 

(Luling, LA) 

Sophomore, Electrical 

Engineering 

Mccormack, Nicole J. 

(Greenlawn, NY) 

Junior, Legal Studies 

Lacrosse Club-Women's 

Mccormick, Angela Crimboli 

(Greensburg, PA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Mccormick, Shawn P. 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

McCormick, Sonia Marie 

(Harahan, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Mccormick, Tanisha N. 

(Orange Beach, AL) 

GM, Social Work 

Mccoy, Charles Brandon 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Civil Engineering 

McCoy, Katherine Bridget 

(Tucson. AZ) 

Junior, Marketing, Management 

TU Women's Swim & Diving, 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor 

Society. Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students 

Mccoy, Patrick S., Jr 

(Centereach, NY) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mccracken, James Patrick 

(N Tazewell, VA) 

GD, Microbiology/Immunology 

Mccue, Patti S. 

(Tupelo, MS) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Mcculla, Mark Fredrick 

(Mandeville, LA) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Mccullough, Stuart 

(Kingston, TN) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Mccutcheon, Lindsay 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcdaniel, Rebecca M 

(Forrest City, AR) 

1L, Law 

Mcdevitt, Amanda 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Business 

Mcdonald, Carol Marissa 

(Lost Creek, WV) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcdonald, Chris L 

(Philadelphia, PA) 

3L, Law 



McDonald, Devin Hart 

(Rowley. MA) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Sigma Chi, Flag Football. Ultimate 

Frisbee Club, GreenWave Guard 

Mcdonald, Jay Paul, Jr 

(Memphis, TN) 

Masters, Tropical Medicine 

Mcdonald, Kate 

(Tucson, AZ) 

GM, International Health 

Mcdonald, Laura M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, Business 

Mcdonald, Mary J 

(Gales Ferry, CT) 

MD2, Medicine, Public Health - 

Epidemiology 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section, SARBA, 

Uvulae 

Mcdonald, Michelle M. 

(Harahan, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Mcdonald-Top, Jessica M 

(Highlands Ranch. CO) 

MD3, Medicine 

Mcdonnel Jr., William 

(Abita Springs, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcdonough, Lyndsay Anne 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

McDonough, Maureen 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Psychology, Philosophy 

Mceachrane, Linda D. 

(Petit Valley) 

Junior, Business 

Mceldutf, Kelan Samuel 

(Rumson, NJ) 

Senior, Finance 

Mcelrath, Caitlin Rebecca 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Mcelroy, Meghaan Cecilia 

(Berwick, LA) 

Senior, History 

Mcentee, Austin James 

(Wilton, NH) 

Freshman, Finance, 

Management 

Mcentee, Jennifer J 

(Mitchell, SD) 

MD2, Medicine 

Mcevoy, Erin B 

(Detroit. Ml) 

3L, Law 

Mcevoy, Peter Benjamin 

(Pen Argyl, PA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mcfadden, Warren Louis 

(Plantation, FL) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Mcferrin, Harris E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

McGaughan, James Alexander 

(Gaithersburg, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared, Music 

Hullabaloo 

Mcgee, Christopher L. 

(Beaumont, TX) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Mcgee. Howard S 

(Vernon Hills, IL) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

McGee, Kelly Colleen 

(Collierville, TN) 

Junior, Psychology, English 

Honor Program, Sigma Tau Delta 

English Honor Society 

Mcgee, William D 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Mcgehee, Elizabeth A. 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Mcgeorge, Christopher John 

(Petoskey, Ml) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcghee, Alfreda Michelle 

(Waggaman, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mcgillin, Brian Ross 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mcgittigan, Muriel Hope 

(Metairie, LA) 

Post Baccalaure. Undeclared 

Mcgloin, Erin K. 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mcgloin, Kayla E. 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Mcgotfin, Stephen M. 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Junior, Business, English 

Mcgoldrick, Ryan O'Shawnessy 

(Slidell, LA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Rock Climbing Club 

Mcgowan, Brian M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, History 

Mcgrane, Mitchell 

GM, Business 

Mcgrath, Charles Elliott, Jr 

(Gretna, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Mcgrath, Daniel P. 

(Coral Gables, FL) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Mcgrath, Jennifer 

(Gretna, LA) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Mcgrew, Jamie Michelle 

(Harahan, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcgrew, Meggan Elizabeth 

(Harahan, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcguane, Michael A 

(Wheeling, WV) 

3L, Law 

McGuire, Katharine K. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Mchugh, Anabel Fisher 

(Nashville, TN) 

Junior, Psychology 

Mcintire, John Benjamin 

(Monroe, LA) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Pre-Medical Society, Sigma Chi. 

Rugby Club-Men's 

What an unbelievable year, but 

what an opportunity. Revive, 

Rebuilt, Re -invent! God Bless. 

Mcintosh, Emily Ann 

(Farmerville, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcintyre, Michael 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman, Organizational Info 

Technology 

McKay, David T. 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Sophomore, Management 

Tulane University Campus 

Programming 

Mckay. Natalie M. 

(Bronxville, NY) 

Junior, Psychology, Art History 

Mckee, Stephanie Veniece 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mckeever, Robert Bruce, III 

(Winnetka, IL) . 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mckenna, Brian J. 

(Huntington St, NY) 

Junior, Management 

Mckenzie, Lucy Eileen 

(Portland, OR) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Mckinley, Kelse Patrice 

(Miami, FL) 

MD4, Medicine 

Mckinley, Samona D 

(East Chicago, IN) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Mckinnon, Brita Louise 

(Austin, TX) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Mcknight, Amanda J. 

(New Iberia, LA) 

3L, Law 

Mclain, Ashley Lynn 

(Fort Walton Beach, FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mclain, Cherie Nicole 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Media Arts, Digital Media 

Production 

Mclain, Julie Andree 

(Abbeville. LA) 

Masters, Architecture 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students, Catholic 

Center 

Mclanahan, Meredith Sheena 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Mclauchlan, Jeannette Olivia 

(Beaver, PA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

McLaughlin, Laura Michelle 

(Tampa, FL) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Medicine and Art. Sigma Delta 

Tau 

Mclellan, Edward A. 

(Arlington, VA) 

GM, Political Science 

Mclin, Kevin Joseph 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Media Arts, Marketing 

Mcmahand, Donnie L 

(River Ridge, LA) 

GD, English 

Mcmahon, Ryan A. 

(Nashville, TN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mcmahon, Thomas J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Mcmanmon, John O. 

(Riverhead, NY) 

Junior. History 

Mcmannen, Christy L 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Mcmanus, Clara O 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Assoc. Human Resource 

Mngt 

Mcmanus, Jesse Ryan 

(Shoreham, NY) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

Mcmayon, Jerad Dwayne 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Mcmenamin, Ryan Anthony 

(Kenilworth, NJ) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Mcmillan, Becky M 

(Ocean Springs, MS) 

Sophomore, Media Arts 

Mcmillan, David M 

(San Jose, CA) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Mcmillan, James David 

(Nashville, TN) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Mcmillan, Lee R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Mcmillan, Myron Levay 

(Philadelphia, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcminn, Kimberly 

(Copperas Cove. TX) 

GM, International Health 



Mcmurchy, James M. 

(League City, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

McNary, Josephine King 

(Long Beach. CA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Mcneese, Maxey A 

(Lagrangeville, NY) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Mcneil-Zuck, Wesley 

(Edinboro. PA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mcnerney, Martin Michael, Jr 

(Mclean, VA) 

Junior, Management 

Mcnorton, Rhettt 

GD, Physics 

Mcomber, Steven 

(St. Louis, MO) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Mcpeak, Agnieszka Anna 

2L, Law 

Mcpherson, Heather Lynn 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Mcqueary, Frederick George 

(Springfield, MO) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Mcrae, Emily Rose 

(Taylorsville, GA) 

Junior, Latin American Studies, 

Political Economy 

Mcshane, Jeremy C. 

(Mansfield, MA) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Mcsoley, Jared C. 

(Wakefield, Rl) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Phi Kappa Sigma, Dodgeball, 

Flag Football, Bodyboarding 

Mcsween, Andrew Castellani 

(New York City, NY) 

Senior, French, Philosophy 

Mcsweeney, Sean 

(Winchester, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mctigue, Kevin James 

(Annandale, VA) 

Freshman, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Mcwhorter, Mathew Garrett 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Meadors, Joshua Dewayne 

(Greenwood, LA) 

Freshman, Chemical Engineering 

Meadows, James L. 

GM, Social Work 

Meaux, Andrew Francis 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Meaux. Thomas C 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Meddaugh. Jonathan R. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Mathematics 

Medina, Jose Manuel 

(Santiago) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Medina, Luis 

(Yabucoa, PR) 

GD, Mathematics 

Medley, Gina N. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Medley. Ronald Lee 

(Bridge City, TX) 

GM, Health 

Communication/Education 

Medvedev, Gleb 

(Chicago, IL) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Meeks, Trevor Anthony 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Architecture 

Mehmood, Saira A. 

(Gretna, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



270 • Directory 



Mehrotra, Nlkhil 
(Syossel. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Mehla, Mlthun 
(New Bombay. India) 
GM, Business 
Meier. Scott D 
(San Jose. CA) 
MD4. Medicine 
Owl Club. Baseball. Football. 
Golfing for Smiles 
Meierhoffer, Molly Leigh 
(Leawood. KS) 
Senior. Finance 
Melnen, Peter James 
(St Petersburg, FL) 
Junior, Sociology 
Meinwald, Daniel 
(Katy, TX) 

Freshman, Finance 
Mejia, Sonia Jeannette 
(Destrehan, LA) 
Junior, Public Relations 
Mekala, Praveen 
(Parsippany, NJ) 
Masters, Health Systems 
Management, Finance 
Melamed, Elizabeth 
(Chevy Chase, MD) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Melara. Jorge Dagoberto 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Masters. Epidemiology 
Melchizedek, Aaron O'Brien 
•(Stratford. CT) 
Senior, History 
Meltord, Whitney 
(Brewster. NY) 
Senior, Marketing 
Melia. Anna L. 
(Hingham, MA) 
GM, Finance 
Mellicant, Caitlin 
(Ellicott City, MD) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Mellott, Sean Carey 
(Englewood. CO) 
Senior. Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Melman, Zakhar M. 
(Harvey. LA) 

Freshman. Chemical Engineering 
Melton. Scott J 
(Gulfport. MS) 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 
Meltzer, Brian Daniel 
(Lutherville, MD) 
Sophomore. Legal Studies in 
Business. Finance 
Pre-Law Society, Rock Climbing 
Club, Martial Arts 
We are very proud of you. Mom 
and Dad 
Meltzer, Carly E. 
(Oceanside. NY) 
Junior, Communication 
Meltzer, Jessi Nicole 
(Roslyn Height, NY) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Mendenhall, Ian Hewitt 
(Leesburg, FL) 
GD, Parasitology 
Mendez. Eduardo Daniel 
(River Ridge. LA) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Mendez, Jessica 
(Klein, TX) 

Senior, Exercise Science 
Tulane Exercise and Sports 
Science Society 
Mendez Sued Giselle Marie 
(Santo Domingo) 
GM, Finance 
Meneghini, Colin 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Architecture. Studio Art 
TOP MOB. OHNO (Official Heads 
of New Orleans), Pai 
Menke Andy 
GD, Epidemiology 



Menking, James Andrew 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Capoeira Angola Club of Tulane. 

Martial Arts Club 

Menley, Michael W 

(Rockdale. TX) 

Sophomore. Philosophy 

Menniti, Amanda C. 

(Waban, MA) 

Junior, Business 

Menon, Vlpin S 

(Matairie. LA) 

GD, Computer Science 

Mercer. Danielle D. 

(Kansas City, MO) 

GD, Human Genetics 

Merchant, Jeffrey Paul 

(Harahan. LA) 

Junior. Sociology 

Merdes, Joshua William 

(State College, PA) 

Junior, History 

Merkel, Amanda Lea 

(Panama City, Panama) 

Masters, Tropical Medicine 

Society of Young Black Public 

Health Professionals. Student 

Government Association, 

International Cook 

Merkow, Jameson Tyler 

(Denver. CO) 

Junior. Computer Engineering 

Merkow, Justin S 

(Denver. CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Merlet, Sophie 

LM, Law 

Merlin, David R 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM, Architecture 

Merrick, Charles Vernon 

(Carthage, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Merrill, Laura C 

(Northeast Harbor, ME) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Merrill, Oliver Church 

(New York, NY) 

Freshman, Political Science 

Merriman, Miranda Brianna 

(New Holland. IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Merritt, David W. 

(Mendham, NJ) 

Freshman, Studio Art 

Merritt, Katie Lynn 

(Youngstown, OH) 

GM, Biomedical Engineering 

Biomedical Engineering Society, 

Society of Women Engineers 

Merry. Barbara J 

(Albany. NY) 

1 L. Law 

IL Class (Law School), Business 

Law Society, Law Women's 

Association, International Law 

Society 

Merseles, Danielle Naomi 

(Edison. NJ) 

Senior, Architecture, History 

Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society. 

Presbyterian Campus Fellowship 

Mersereau James Lewis 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Junior. Political Science 

Mesirow, Arielle Bryana 

(Skokie. IL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Meske Jenniler Leigh 

(Picayune. MS) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Messia De Prado, Jessica 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Messonnier Michael J 

3L, Law 

Meunier. Jean-Baptiste 

(Mardore. France) 

Freshman, English 



Meunier John Anthony IV 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Senior, French 

Meunier. Scott A 

(River Ridge. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Meyer. Derek John 

(Mill Valley. CA) 

Junior, History. Accounting 

Meyer, Jason Michael 

(Chalmette. LA) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Student Equipment Manager 

Meyer, Jennifer L 

(Olympia, WA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Meyer, Jennifer L. 

(River Ridge. LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Meyer, Justin M. 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Junior, Finance. Psychology 

Tulane College Senate 

Meyer. Krystle D. 

(Kennesaw. GA) 

1 L, Law 

Meyer, M. Chance 

(Hot Springs, AR) 

2L, Law 

Meyer, Milton Clayton 

(Mandeville. LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Meyer, Travis Avery 

(Lake Charles. LA) 

Senior. Finance 

Meyercord. Leonora 

(Dallas. TX) 

Senior. Sociology 

Meyers, Jonathan G. 

(Rye Brook, NY) 

Junior, Finance 

Sigma Alpha Mu, Basketball. 

Greeks Advocating Mature 

Management of Alcohol 

(GAMMA) 

Meyers. Paul Charles 

(Evanston, IL) 

Senior. History 

Paul, we are so proud of you ! 

Love Mom and Dad 

Meyertholen. Kristin 

(Austin, TX) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Meyn, Audrey Gertrude 

(Ambler. PA) 

Senior. Digital Design 

Meza, Ciro 

(Bogota, Columbia) 

LM. Law 

Mezzache, Samy 

(Clichy, France) 

SPU. Business 

Mi, David 

(Flushing. NY) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Mian, Usmon 

(Pensacola, FL) 

Junior, Psychology 

Michael Morgan A 

(Oklahoma City, OK) 

Sophomore. Mechanical 

Engineering 

Michaeli, Ariel Dunkin 

(Larchmont, NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Michaels, James Lee 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Sophomore. Psychology. Finance 

Michaels Tania M 

(Wilton. CT) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Michalski. Jodie M 

(Peabody. MA) 

I L. Law 

Michel, Diana Elizabeth 

(Houma. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Michel. Nicole L 

(Vancouver, WA) 

GD, Ecology 8. Evol Biology 

Women In Science. Birding. 

Hiking. Traveling 



Michel. Vanessa 

(Belleair. FL) 

Senior, Psychology 

Michelinl, Elisabeth Rlna 

(Port Orange. FL) 

Senior. English. History 

Congratulations Libbyl You can 

achieve anything you set your 

heart on. Love, Mum, Dad. Alex 

& David 

Middleton, Loreta LeSage 

(Alexandria, LA) 

Senior. English. Classical Studies 

Newcomb College Senate. Chi 

Omega. Rape Emergency 

Awareness and Coping Hot Line. 

Newcomb College Honor Board 

Middleton. Morgan Leigh 

(Milan. IN) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Middleton, Stephanie Rayna 

(Canton, OH) 

GM, Theatre 

Miers, Rachel 

(Orinda, CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mignin, Peter V 

(Chicago. IL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Mikelman. Jay B. 

(Encinitas, CA) 

Sophomore. Economics. 

Philosophy 

Mikes, James Robert 

(Labadie. MO) 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Mikowski, Justin C. 

(Tampa. FL) 

Junior, Computer Engineering. 

Mathematics 

Judo Club. Judo Club. 

www.SaveTulaneEngineering.org 

Mikulla, Brian J 

(Pittsburgh. PA) 

MD2, Medicine 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section. Family 

Medicine Interest Group 

Mikus. Chryssi McKenzie 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Senior, Management. Marketing 

Kappa Alpha Theta. American 

Marketing Association 

Milbert, Orrin Raphael 

(Elkins Park. PA) 

Senior, Finance 

Miles, Caroline 

(Rockville, MD) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

African-American Congress of 

Tulane 

Miles, Gray S. 

(Harrington. ME) 

GD. Latin American Studies 

Miles. Hugh 

(Seattle. WA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Miles Stephen Lawrence 

(Metairie. LA) 

3L. Law 

Milgram Kyle Brent 

(Ft Lee. NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Millan Christopher 

(Washington, CT) 

Freshman. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Millan Joshua Samuel 

(Bellevue. WA) 

Senior. Pol Sci/Tntemational 

Relation 

Millar Laura Anne 

(Nassau. Bahamas) 

Junior. Environmental Studies. 

Anthropology 

Millar Stephanie 

(Johns Island. SC) 

Junior. Marketing 

Millegon Colleen Tamara 

(Springfield. OR) 

MD1. Medicine 



Miller Aaron Lloyd 

(Memphis. TN) 

Junior. Sociology 

Miller. Amy Lynn 

(Milford. OH) 

Freshman. English 

Miller, Angela 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior. Media Arts. Mortceting 

Miller. Catherine C 

(Sovannah, GA) 

3L. Law 

Tulane Journal ol Technology & 

Intellectual Property. Tulane 

Sports Law Society. Tulane 

Intellectual Property Society, 

Tulane Entertainment and Arts 

Low Society 

Miller. Catherine R. 

(Tempe. AZ) 

Freshman, Jewish Studies. Spanish 

Pre-Medicol Society. NOLA 

Hurricane Fund. SAFER 

Miller. Coleman C. 

(Darien. CT) 

Junior. Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Miller. Courtney Anne 

(Marietta. GA) 

Junior. Civil Engineering 

Miller. Daniel 

(Kansas City. MO) 

Junior. Electrical Engineering 

Miller. David A 

(San Francisco. CA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Miller. Elizabeth Marie 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. History. German 

Language and Literature 

Miller, Ian Lucas 

(Dallas. TX) 

Junior. Accounting 

Miller. Jacob Paul 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Law 

Miller. Jeffrey L. 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Miller Johanna Elizabeth 

(Santa Fe. NM) 

Freshman. Communication 

Miller John Mark 

(Columbia Heights. MN) 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Miller Joshua David 

(Laconia. NH) 

Junior. History 

Miller Kali Jean 

(Highlandvillage. TX) 

Junior. Business 

Miller Katy L 

(Scott. LA) 

GD. French 

Miller Leigh Ann 

(Lavonia. GA) 

GD. International Health 

Miller Lola L 

(Mooers Forks. NY) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Miller Maren Amanda 

(Dallas. TX) 

Senior. Accounting, finance 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Panhellenic Council 

Miller Maxine 

(Missoula. MT) 

Junior. Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Miller Morgen M. 

(New Iberia. LA) 

Junior. Mathematics 

Miller Robert Austin 

(Lincoln, MA) 

Senior. Finance 

Miller Ron 

(Boca Raton. FL) 

Junior. Sociology 

Miller Ross 

(Charleston. SC| 

3L. Law 



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Miller, Samuel Jake 

(Bellmore, NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Miller, Sarah Marie 

(Peoria, IL) 

Senior, Economics 

Miller, Sarah Renee 

(Kirkland, WA) 

3L, Law 

Miller. Shelley R. 

3L, Law 

Miller, Stefan Mark 

(Hammond, LA) 

GD, Mechanical Engineering 

Miller, Steven Nicholas 

(Monroe, LA) 

Sophomore, Mechanical 

Engineering, Mathematics 

Wesley Foundation-United 

Methodist Campus Center, 

American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Tulane Engineering 

and Computer Science Honors 

Society 

Miller, Yvefte M 

(Slidell, LA) 

GM, Business 

Milligan, Katherine M. 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Junior. History 

Milling, David P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Mills, Alison Marie 

(Waterbury, CT) 

Senior, Art Studio 

Mills, Amanda Nicole 

(Calabasas, CA) 

Senior. Marketing. Management 

American Marketing Association, 

Fashion Design 

Mills, Derek 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Mills, Johnathan Whitney Waller 

(Nashville, TN) 

Junior, Business 

Mills, Julia Louise 

(Wayne, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mills, Kelly L 

(West Plains, MO) 

IL, Law 

1 L Class (Law School) , Tulane 

Law School Honor Board 

Mineo, Tammy Ann 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Minerva, Domenico G 

(Woodbury, NY) 

3L, Law 

3L Class (Law School) 

Minge, James Hooker 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, History 

Minge, James William 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, History 

Minkinow, Anna 

(Madison, AL) 

Sophomore, English, German 

Language and Literature 

Pier Glass, Media Board 

Minniear, Edward Orrin, III 

(Fredericksburg, VA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Minokadeh, Ardalan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Neuroscience 

Minshall, Diana Carolyn 

(Wellesley. MA) 

Junior, Finance 

Minton, Elizabeth Mather 

(Andover, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mintz, Amanda Tracy 

(Old Bethpage, NY) 

Senior, Psychology 

AW our love. Mom, Dad and 

Scoff 



Mintz, Cheryl Christina 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Judo, Working Out, Karaoke 

Mintz, Mark A 

(Monroe, LA) 

2L, Law 

Minuto, Anthony Vincent 

(Upper Saddle River, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Minyard, Robert John, Jr 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Finance 

Mirabelli, Richard J 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Miranda, Sarah Beth 

(Tarzana. CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mirano, Denise Noelle Rivera 

(Quezon City, Phillipines) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Mirbach, Lee Roger 

(Wayland, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mire, David Christopher 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Mire, David P., Jr 

(Norco, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mire, Erica Ann 

(Metairie. LA) 

Junior, Art History 

Mire, Lauren A. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Management 

Miseo, Vincent Sabatino 

(Livingston, NJ) 

FYR, Architecture 

Mishkin, Adrienne D 

(New York, NY) 

MD1, Medicine, Public Health - 

Health Infomatics 

Mishra, Sagar 

(Morang, Nepal) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mislove, Caroline R. 

(Madisonville, LA) 

Senior, Music 

Best Wishes. Love Mom and Dad 

Misso, John S. 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Busn/Management 

Mister, Angel Michelle 

(Gulfport, MS) 

MD3, Medicine 

Mistry, Radha S. 

(Cerritos, CA) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Mistry, Rakeshkumar 

Mansukhbhai 

(Ahmedabad, GU) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Mitchel, Michael David, II 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Business 

Mitchell, Adrianne Petit 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Mitchell, Angela Rae 

Masters, International Health 

Tropical Medicine 

Mitchell, Charlotte Copeland 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mitchell, Daniel J. 

(Kensington, MD) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Mitchell, Emily Alexis 

(Portland, ME) 

Graduate, Management 

Graduate Business Council, Net 

Impact, Graduate and 

Professional Students Association, 

Freeman Women in Business 

Mitchell, Erica Latrice 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 



Mitchell, Geoffrey Scott 

(Petal, MS) 

Doctoral, Spanish, Portuguese 

Mitchell, Joseph Paul 

(New Iberia, LA) 

Senior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Mitchell, Kile Nichole 

(Neosho, MO) 

Fifth-Year Prog, Architecture, 

History 

Mitchell, Lauren Rhea 

(Miramar, FL) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth 

(Columbia, SC) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mitchell, Renee Sue 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Mitchell, Scott C. 

(Boise, ID) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

Mitchell, Stephanie Ann 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Economics 

Lacrosse Club-Women's, Catholic 

Center 

Mititelu, Mihai 

(Bucharest, Romania) 

Masters, International Health 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section 

Mitruka, Dev Mohan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Mitsuhashi, Shannon 

(Colchester, CT) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mittenthal, Lauren 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Senior, Management 

Mixer, Michael James 

(E. Greenwich, Rl) 

Junior, Sociology 

Mizes, Kristian O. J. 

(Chalmette, LA) 

Freshman, Architecture, English 

Ping Pong, Volleyball Club, 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students 

Mo, Jingyu 

GM, Executive MBA 

Mo, Kai-For 

(Sheung Shui, Hong Kong) 

GD, Chemistry 

Mo, Lissie Birgitie 

(Drammen, Norway) 

GM, International Development 

Moan, Kristin Lee 

(Shrewsbury, MA) 

Junior, Civil Engineering 

Mock, Jeffrey R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Neuroscience 

Model, Lynn S 

(Scarsdale, NY) 

MD3, Medicine 

Modica, Jared S. 

(Cambridge, MA) 

Junior, Business 

Modisett, Katharine L. 

(Portsmouth, Rl) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

English 

Tulane Emergency Medical 

Service, Alpha Lambda Delta 

Honor Society, Pre-Medical 

Society, Newcomb Mortar Board 

Mody, Sumeet 

(Wheaton, IL) 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 

Moecklin, Rhonda B. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Moehlen, Martin William 

(Tenafly, NJ) 

Fourth Year Med, Medicine 

Medicine and Art, Music and 

Medicine 

Mohamed, Mutasim Galal Eisa 

(Iowa City, IA) 

GM, Epidemiology 



Mohan, Timothy C. 

(Decatur, IL) 
Senior, Finance 
Mohanty, Namrata 
(Marlton, NJ) 
3L, Law 

Mohl, William Thomas 
(Conroe, TX) 
Senior, English 

Molina Schleusz, Gabriela A. 
(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Finance, Management 
Mollick, Ariel I. 
(Milwaukee, Wl) 
Senior, Art History, Studio Art 
Molligan, Christopher Scott 
(Norfolk, VA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Molligan, Harry Joseph, IV 
(Norfolk, VA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 
Mollo, Amanda Joy 
(Shelton, CT) 
Junior, English, Italian 
Tulane-Newcomb Choir, Alpha 
Lambda Delta Honor Society, 
Feminist Majority Leadership 
Alliance (FMLA) 
Molter, Bryan D. 
(Clayton, MO) 
Sophomore, Biomedical 
Engineering 
Momoh, Jasmine Timel 
(Richmond, TX) 
Freshman, General Studies / 
Humanities 

Monacell, Helen Trentadue 
(Avondale Est, GA) 
GM, Social Work 
Monaco, Suzanne 
(Chico, CA) 
Freshman, Architecture 
Monahan, Kyle A. 
(Plainville, MA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Monahan, Matt J 
(Naperville, IL) 
GM, Architecture 
Monceaux, Mollye E 
(Alexandria, LA) 
Third Year Law, Law 
Moncrieff, Nora L. 
(Manhattan, NY) 
Senior. Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation, International 
Development 
Delta Xi Nu, Soccer Club- 
Women's 
Mondzak, Dennis 
(Phillipsburg, NJ) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Mongerson, Julie A, 
(Oakfon, VA) 
Senior, Marketing 
Monhartova, Anna 
(Plzen, Czech Republic) 
GD, International Development 
Monk, Donald R. 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GD, Business 
Monk, Kelsey Virginia 
(Alpharetta, GA) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Monk, Sarah Catherine 
(Ooltewah, TN) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Monson, Andrew Maxwell 
(Spartanburg, SC) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Montagnino, Jami 
(Baton Rouge, LA) 
Junior, Exercise Science 
TU Women's Basketball, 
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship 
Montegut, Christian L 
(Laplace, LA) 

Second Year Med, Medicine 
Montero, Aimee A 
(Napoleonville, LA) 
MD3, Medicine 
Montero, Fabio 
GM, Executive MBA 



Montero-Manterola, Marco 
Antonio 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Montes, Marcela C 

(Bethesda, MD) 

GD, Political Sci/Lat Amer Studies 

Montgomery. Emerald 

(Deridder, LA) 

Junior, Classical Studies, Ecology 

and Evolutionary Biology 

Pre-Medical Society, Catholic 

Center, Asian American Students 

United 

Montgomery, Emilie Alston 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Montgomery, Megan 

(Arnold, MD) 

Senior, Undeclared 

Montgomery, Sarah Kathryn 

(Cullman, AL) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology, Psychology 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Montrois, Christina Leanella 

(Gainesville, GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Monu, Austin C 

(Winston Salem, NC) 

2L, Law 

Moody, Erica Lynn 

(Mer Rouge, LA) 

Senior, English 

Moody, Erika 

(Escanaba, Ml) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Moody, Katherine J. 

(Lafayette, LA) 

Masters, Business, Marketing 

Moody, Kristina Rae 

(Mer Rouge, LA) 

Senior. English 

Moon, Blair N. 

(Missouri City, TX) 

Junior, Journalism 

Moon, Leron 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Digital Design 

Moon, Savannah 

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Pi Beta Phi, TU Cross 

Country /Track 

Mooney, Mina 

(Philadelphia, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Mooney, Stephanie 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Moore, Adam Marklen 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Moore, Anne M. 

(Miami, FL) 

Junior, Art History 

Moore, Chester Gunn, III 

(Covington, LA) 

3L, Law 

Tulane Journal of Technology & 

Intellectual Property, Tulane 

Intellectual Property Society 

Moore, Chris 

(Mckinney, TX) 

Junior, Media Arts 

Moore, Christopher S. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Moore. Corrie 

(Richardson, TX) 

GM, Undeclared 

Moore, David K 

(Little Rock, AR) 

MD4, Medicine 

Medical Military Student 

Association 

Moore, Gregory Charles 

(Thibodaux, LA) 

Masters, Finance 

Moore, Jennifer L. 

(Chicago, IL) 

3L, Law 



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Moore. Jonathan S 
(Georgetown, TX) 
2L. Law 

Moore, Joshua Joseph 
(Erath. LA) 

Senior. Civil Engineering 
Moore, Kathryn Walker 
(Fort Payne, AL) 
GD. Psychology 
Moore, Kelsey G. 
(N Richland Hills. TX) 
Senior. History 
Moore, M Jane 
(Anchorage, AK) 
MD4. Medicine 
Moore, Margaret 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Moore, Michael Ted, Jr 
(Nevada, MO) 
Junior, History 
Moore Morgan Stephanie 
(Valley Cottage. NY) 
Senior, Psychology 
Moore Robert F 
(New Orleans. LA) 
1L, Law 

Black Law Students Association 
Moore Robert K 
(Crestview. FL) 
MD2, Medicine 
Moore, Thomas C. 
(Houston, TX) 
.Freshman, Undeclared 
Cole, great first year! We love 
you and are proud of you! Mom 
and Dad 
Moore, Zachary L. 
(New York. NY) 
Sophomore, Undeclared 
Hey loch! Nothing holds you 
back-not even Katrina or Rita I 
You're amazing! Love Mom. Dad 
S. Katie 

Moparty, Deepa Reddy 
(Friendswood, TX) 
MD3, Medicine 
Morales, Amy Lynn 
(Picayune, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Morales, Erie H. 
(Santiago. Chile) 
GD. Physics 
Morales, Maria Elena 
(Laplace, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 
Moran, Brennan John 
(Paradise Valley. AZ) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Moran. Daniel Frederick 
(Dulles. VA) 
GM, Finance 
Moran Meagan Leigh 
(Diamondhead, MS) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Moran, William Loyola 
(Orchard Park, NY) 
Senior. Finance 
Morar, Chelsey Grace 
(Mahopac. NY) 
Freshman. Architecture 
Morchower Andrew Henry 
(Dallas. TX) 
MD4, Medicine 
Moreau. Nicholas Jack 
(Manchester. NH) 
Junior. Finance 
Moreno Juan Carlos 
(Deer Park. TX) 
GM. Executive MBA 
Morey Megan Rose 
(Port Orchard. WA) 
Senior, Exercise Science 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Tulane 
Women's Soccer. Captain-Team 
MVP 

Morgan Brittany M. 
(Sewell. NJ) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 
Humanities 



Morgan. Leslie Heard 

(Pineville, LA) 

GD.Biostatistics 

Morgan. Michael J. 

(Abington. PA) 

Junior, Business 

Morgan Reed Armstrong 

(Montgomery, AL) 

Senior. Marketing 

Morgan, Sean M. 

(Sugarland. TX) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Morgan, Shirell Calre 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Organizational Into 

Technology 

Alpha Sigma Lambda 

Morgenstern, Amanda Bryn 

(East Hanover, NJ) 

Junior. Philosophy 

Morgenstern, Caltlin P. 

(Glen Head, NY) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Moriarty, Brendan Keith 

(Glen Ellyn, IL) 

GM. Undeclared 

Moring, Kimberly L 

(Pensacola, FL) 

MD2, Medicine 

Morlier, Michelle P. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Organizational Info 

Technology 

Moronu, Okeoma Sok Fong 

(Ft. Worth. TX) 

Senior, PHLM 

Morril. Samuel Elias 

(New York, NY) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Morris, Adam J. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Morris, Carli Margarete 

(Germantown, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Morris, Craig 

(Marrero, LA) 

Sophomore. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Morris, James R. 

GM, Social Work 

Morris, Julie Anna 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience 

Morris, Lisa Bourgeois 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Morris Makenzie Leigh 

(Dallas, TX) 

Junior. Finance 

Morris, Mandy M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Morris, Megan 

(Raceland, LA) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

Morris, Michele D 

(St. Louis. MO) 

3L. Law 

Black Law Students Association, 

Tulane Moot Court Board 

Morris. Nia Malika 

GM, Social Work 

Morris Sydney J. 

(Katonah, NY) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Morris, Timothy P. 

(Carpinteria, CA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Morris Timothy Shea 

Junior. History 

Morris, Victoria 

(Shawnee. Ok. MS) 

Freshman. Certificate Program 

Morrison Andrew Maine 

(Hattiesburg. MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Morrison. Christopher Walloc 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 



Morrison Samanlha 

(Brewster. NY) 

GD. Psychology 

Morrison, Wendy Lee 

(Seabrook. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Morrow. Margrit Nina 

(Tyler. TX) 

Senior, Architecture 

Morse, Courtney S. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Maternal And Child Health 

Morse, Harry E 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L. Law 

Mortillaro, Gino Anthony 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, Psychology, 

Mathematics 

Pre-Medical Society, Volleyball 

Club, Gymnastics Club, Student 

Alumni Ambassador 

Morton, Frank G., Jr 

(Decatur, GA) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Morton, James Prier 

(Missoula, MT) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Morton, Linda Annette 

(Omaha. NE) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Moseley, Michael 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Dodgeball, Tulane Anime and 

Manga Society 

Moser, Sarah Andrea 

(Elk Grove, IL) 

Senior. Exercise Science 

Moses, Benjamin A 

(Baltimore, MD) 

MD3. Medicine 

Moses, Leslie Pierce 

(Dallas. TX) 

Senior, Psychology, French 

Peer Health Advocates, 

Psychology Club 

Moses Ryan Manuel 

(Nashville, TN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Moses X.J. Ethan 

(Columbus, OH) 

MD3, Medicine. Public Health - 

Global Community Health 

Christian Medical and Dental 

Society, Medical Military Student 

Association, Kickboxing 

Moses. Ziev B. 

(Dallas. TX) 

Junior, Biomedical Engineering 

Mosheim, Shaun 

(Miami. FL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Moshtaghi, Sonia Sophia 

(Wichita Falls, TX) 

Senior, Marketing 

Moskowitz, Jonathan 

(New York, NY) 

Senior, Management 

Moss, Margo Daria 

(Woodstock, NY) 

junior. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Congratulations! Great job on 

working towards fulfilling your full 

potential! Love Mom, Dad. 

Jacob & Jes 

Moss Michael D 

(Tonganoxie. KS) 

3L. Law 

Moss Samantha Rae 

(Huntington. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Moss Taylor E. 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 

Moss Zachary Lee 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Exercise Science 

Moster Amanda Lynn 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Chemical Engineering 



Motter. Chelsea Elizabeth 

(Louisville. KY) 

Sophomore. Political Science. 

International Development 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Motter Courtney 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Motto. Domon Richard 

(Massapequa. NY) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Moturu Shanti Rojeswary 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Mouesca, Ives 

(Santiago. Chile) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Moulder. Peter V 

(Pittsburgh. PA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Mouney. Clayton Joseph 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore. Organizational Info 

Technology 

Mourad, Emily A. 

(Minden. LA) 

Freshman. Political Science. 

Communication 

Chi Omega. College 

Republicans. Newcomb College 

Senate. Newcomb Freshman 

Class President 

Never forget who you are and 

where you came from. We love 

you and are so proud of you! 

Your family 

Moustoukas. Diana Nicole 

(Metairie, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Mouton. Cynthia Rodriguez 

(Marrero, LA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Movshovich, Michael 

(New York. NY) 

Senior. PELE 

Moya. Constanza 

(Chile) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Moyer. Nea D. 

(Red Wing. MN) 

Freshman, Mathematics, 

Management 

Tulane Women in Business. 

Women In Science. Classics Club 

What we want the most for you is 

that you are happy everyday of 

your We. Love Mom & Dad. 

Moyle Alexander Childs 

(Sausalito. CA) 

Junior. Finance 

Mrok-Smith. Anne Vineta 

(Houston. TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Public Relations Society of 

America and PRSA-Houston 

Mucci Scott M. 

(Tulsa. OK) 

Junior. Architecture 

Mudd Mara Beth 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Muehlhausen Amanda J 

(Nisswa. MN) 

1 L. Law 

Muehlman Mariah 

(Laconner. WA) 

Senior, Psychology. Architecture 

Muenchow Erik Martin 

(Rolling Hills. CA) 

Junior. Business 

Muendelein Nicole S 

(Shelby Township. Ml) 

3L. Law 

Muhs Samuel Gavin 

(Piedmont. CA) 

Junior. Finance 

Sam Mush Piedmont. CA 

Business Congratulations on a 

memorable year! Love. Mom & 

Dod 

Muir Elizabeth M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Communication 



Mulch. Eric F 

'leans. LA) 
3L. Law 

Mullen. Jeanne A. 
(Metairie. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Mullenax Carol Anelle 
(Dallas. TX) 

GD. Biomedical Engineering 
American Society for Engineering 
Education 
Muller. Katherine M 
(Brooklyn Heights. NY) 
Senior. History 
Muller. Peter Cart 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior. Undeclared 
Muller-Schwarze Nina K 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GD. Anthropology 
Mulligan Gregory Patrick 
(Bridgeport. CT) 
Senior. Physics 
Mullin, Jane 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Mullin. Michael J. 
(Rutland Town. VT) 
Senior. Architecture 
Mullins, Lindsay G 
IL. Law 

Mullins, Meredith 
(Austin. TX) 
Junior. Theatre 
Munchak Darius A 
(Scranton. PA) 
Senior. Sociology. Political 
Science 

Mundt Jonas Axelsen 
(Copenhagen. Denmark) 
Masters. Cell and Molecular 
Biology. Biological Chemistry 
Munoz James R 
(West Palm Beach. FL) 
GD. Neuroscience. Cell and 
Molecular Biology 
Tulane University Neuroscience 
Assocation 

Munshi Satvik Bhargav 
(Harvey. LA) 
MD4. Medicine 
American Medical Student 
Association 
Munson Jennifer M. 
(Marietta. GA) 

Senior. Chemical Engineering 
Munson Sarah J 
(Beaumont, TX) 
2L. Law 
Muntifering Carie Jean 

MN) 
GM. International Health 
Murariu Daniel 
(Aurora. IL) 

MD3. Medicine. Public Health - 
Global Community Health 
Murdoch Deborah Anne 
(Sewickley. PA) 
GM. International Health 
Murdzia Michael Alon 
(West Springfield. MA) 
Masters. Pubfic Health - 
Environmental Health Science 
Murfit Colin Curtis 
(Menlo Park. CA) 
Senior. Polit-Econ/lntt 
Perspectives 
Murguia Mariana 
IHouston. TX) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Murillo Lyza Nicolle 
(Gretno. LA) 
Junkx. Undeclared 
MuroH Brandon Myles 
(Newton. MA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Murphree Paul 
(Baton Rouge. LA) 
GD. Health Systems 
Management 



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Murphy, Alan Christopher 

(Lexington. KY) 

Senior. History, Religious Studies 

Fencing Club, Tulane Orchestra 

Murphy. Alice Elizabeth 

(Foxfield. CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Murphy, Alisha Kathleen 

(Melrose, MA) 

Senior. English 

Murphy, Brian Paul 

(Boston, MA) 

GM, Business 

Murphy, David 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Senior, Electrical Engineering 

We love you! Mom and Dad 

Murphy, Erin Colleen 

(Brookfield, CT) 

Sophomore. Exercise Science 

Murphy, Gregory L. 

(Hampden, MA) 

Junior, Latin 

Murphy, Kevin L 

(The Rock, GA) 

GD, English 

Murphy, Kristy Jackson 

(Carthage, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Murphy, Peggy S. 

(Pensacola, FL) 

GM, Social Work 

Murphy, Stephen 

(Albany, GA) 

Masters, Epidemiology 

Murphy-Cannella, Danielle Marie 

(Manhattan Beach, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Murrah, Kathleen Ana 

(Greensboro, NC) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Murray, Andrew Scott 

(Boca Raton, FL) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Murray, Cornelius Joseph, IV 

(Hamilton, MA) 

Junior, History 

Murray, Gretchen Leigh Young 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Murray, Lorrena K 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Murray, Weston 

(Deland, FL) 

Junior, History 

Murrell, Robert Paul 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Computer Science 

Air Force Reserve Officer Training 

Corp, College Democrats, Delta 

Tau Delta 

Murugappan, Kadhiresan Raja 

(Mc Leansboro. IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Rugby Club-Men's 

Musat, Jennifer D 

(Westfield, NJ) 

GD, Chemistry 

Musharoff, Max Mahboub 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Musielak, Magdalena Maria 

(Gdansk, Poland) 

GD, Mathematics 

Muslawski, Anika Read 

(Sarasota. FL) 

Junior, Environmental 

Engineering 

Musso. Timothy J. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Mustaller, Mary Rebecca 

(Buffalo. NY) 

Sophomore, Economics, 

Management 

Literary Society /Tulane Review 

Mutisya, Sarah Wavinya 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

GM, International Health 

Mwesige, Joseph 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 



Myers, Amy E. 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Myers, Earl, III 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Myers, H Emery 

(St. Simon's Island. GA) 

GM, Environmental Engineering 

Myers, Jace E. 

(Virginia Beach, VA) 

Sophomore, Computer Science 

Myers, Lyndsay N. 

(Mullica Hill, NJ) 

Freshman, Chemistry. Economics 

Volleyball Club, Sigma Delta Tau, 

Residence Hall Association 

Myers, Robert 

(Centennial, CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Myers, Tereance A. 

(Covington, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Myint-U, Aye M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Myles, Scott Alan 

(Seal Beach, CA) 

GM, Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Nabel, Hannah Beth 

(Stamford, CT) 

Freshman, German Language 

and Literature 

Nabors, Sarah Caroline 

(Alexander City, AL) 

Junior, Psychology 

Nace, Jonathan B 

(Chevy Chase, MD) 

3L, Law 

Nacif, Antonio 

(Mexico City, Mexico) 

GM, Finance 

Nadal, Alexandra Isabel 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Nadborny, Liana M. 

(Santa Cruz, CA) 

Senior, Exercise Science 

Naeher, Matthew Robert 

(Spring, TX) 

Masters, Busn/Management 

Naessens, James Michael 

(Rochester, MN) 

Doctoral, Health Systems 

Management 

Nagai, Sage J 

(Las Vegas. NV) 

GM, International Health 

Nagel, Elizabeth Sevgi 

(Jacksonville, AR) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Good Luck in everything you do 

in the future, Elizabeth. Love Dad 

Nagel, Jorge Emilio 

(Caracas, Venezuela) 

GM, Mechanical Engineering 

Nagelin, Elizabeth M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Nagle, Mary K 

(Overland Park, KS) 

1 L, Law 

Naglick, Kathryn Elizabeth 

(Dearborn, Ml) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Nagpal, Stuti 

(Seattle, WA) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Nagy, Erik Adrian 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nahar, Jebun 

(Dhaka. Bangladesh) 

GD, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Nahodyl, David C. 

(Atlanta, GA) 

Sophomore, Philosophy 

Fencing Club, Dodgeball 

Naik, Ronak Jashvantlal 

(Ahmedabad, India, GU) 

GM, Epidemiology 



Naiki. June 

(Ann Arbor, Ml) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ultimate Frisbee Club 

Nair, Navya 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Nakamura, Lee M 

(Honolulu, HI) 

MD2, Medicine 

Nakamura, Yuji 

(Higashiyamata, Japan) 

GD, International Development 

Nam, Dohyun 

LS, Law 

Nambot, Matthieu 

SPU, Mechanical Engineering 

Namy, Matthew Xavier 

(Mclean, VA) 

Senior, Civil Engineering 

Nandipati, Chaitanya R. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Nangle, Sarah Elizabeth 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Naquin, Jayme Cantrelle 

Undergraduate, Undeclared 

Naraharisetty, Sriram Gopal 

(Andhrapradesh, India) 

GD, Chemistry 

Indian Association of Tulane 

University, Karate Club 

Naramore, Tammy Ann 

(Ponchatoula, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Narayan, Arun 

(Cheruthuruthy, India) 

GD, Chemistry 

Narayana-Prabhu. Rupesh 

(Kochi, Japan) 

GD, Chemistry 

Narde, Jodi L. 

(Horseheads, NY) 

Sophomore, English 

Narejko, Natalia Ewa 

(Glenview, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Naresh, Anjali 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Narten, Amara L. 

(Cleveland Heights, OH) 

Junior, Psychology, Sociology 

Narumanchi, Tarachandra M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Undeclared 

Narveson, Danielle 

(Princeton, NJ) 

Senior, Marketing, Studio Art 

Nascimento. Renata 

(Rio De Janeiro, Brasil) 

GD, Spanish 

Naser-Hall, Emily Diane 

Freshman, Latin American 

Studies, Political Science 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students, 

College Democrats. Newcomb 

Dance Company 

Nash. Germaine Rosalie 

(Kenner. LA) 

Senior. Computer Info Systems 

Nash, Jonathan G 

(Denver, CO) 

3L, Law 

Nash, Lindsay Renee 

(Rome. GA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nash, Sarah 

(Marion, OH) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health, 

Public Health - Global 

Community Health 

Nasir, Mariam Abbas 

(Slidell. LA) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Nasraty, Soraya 

(Louisville. KY) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 



Nassar, Alex P. 

(Destrehan, LA) 

Junior. Architecture 

Nassauer, Christine Marie 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman, Cell & Molecular 

Biology, Political Science 

Sigma Delta Tau, Pre-Medical 

Society 

We're proud of you Christine! 

Love. Mom and Dad 

Nasser, Michelle Rocio 

(Houston, TX) 

GD, Spanish, Portuguese 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association 

Nasser, Nour A. I. 

(Ramallah, Israel) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Nathel, Daniel Grant 

(Tenafly, NJ) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Naughton, Clay Michael 

(Miami, FL) 

3L, Law 

Nauman, Elizabeth Anne 

(Dubuque, IA) 

Masters, International Health 

Navarro, David G. 

(Houston, TX) 

GM. Busn/Management 

Navarro, Peter 

(Brimfield, MA) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Navon, Nicole Alexandra 

(Glencoe, IL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Nawoichik, Sarah Elizabeth 

(Lexington, MA) 

Sophomore, Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

Nazareth. Karl 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Philosophy 

Nazarian, Rachel 

(Fort Worth, TX) 

MD1, Medicine 

Nazem, Neema 

(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman, Environmental 

Engineering 

Ndiaye, Banda 

(Dakar, Senegal) 

GD, International Development 

Ndiaye, Papa 

(Dakar, Senegal) 

GD, International Development 

Ndlovu, Quickson 

(Pflugerville, TX) 

GM, Social Work 

Ndubizu, Obioma N 

(Burtonsville, MD) 

MD1, Medicine 

Near, Jennifer Michele 

(Center Harbor, NH) 

Senior, Communication 

Neathamer, Kimberly Maria 

(Gretna, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Nebrat, Bajeana 

(Shawnee, KS) 

GM, Social Work 

Necas, Jennifer Rose 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Necas, Kevin John, Jr 

(Houston, TX) 

Senior, Finance, Legal Studies in 

Business 

Neeland, Marc A. 

(Montgomery, TX) 

Junior, Art History 

Neff, Alex Ryan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Graduate, Mechanical 

Engineering 

Society of Automotive Engineers 

Neff, Bradford William 

(River Hills. Wl) 

Senior. Chemical Engineering 



Neher, David Merrill 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Neimeyer, Patrick R. 

(Alexandria, VA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Neiter, Bryan A. 

(Billings, MT) 

Senior, Finance 

Neivens, Nina D 

(New York. NY) 

GD, Anthropology 

Nekrosius, Margaret 

(Oak Park. IL) 

Junior, Women's Studies 

Nelms, Jenna Leigh 

(Memphis, TN) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Nelms, Mark Anthony 

(Marrero. LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Nelson, Alexander Richard 

(Bedminster, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Lacrosse Club-Men's 

Freakin rock, on boy! 

Nelson, Clifford Thomas, Jr 

(Mobile, AL) 

Senior, Environmental Biology, 

French 

Circle K International, Fencing 

Club 

Nelson, Eric Daniel 

(Houston, TX) 

Masters. Busn/Finance 

Nelson, Heather Angele 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Nelson, Jacqueline 

(Reseda. CA) 

Senior, Mechanical Engineering 

Nelson, Maria Louise 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Casino Resort 

Management 

Nelson, Nicholas Carlton 

(Somerset, KY) 

Freshman, Cell and Molecular 

Biology 

Kappa Alpha Order, Psi Chapter, 

Pre-Medical Society 

Nelson, Randall Lane 

(Coon Rapids, MN) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Nelson, Rhonda 

(Oviedo, FL) 

Junior, Mechanical Engineering 

Nelson, Sean R 

(Aintree, GA) 

MD4, Medicine. Women's Studies 

Ballroom Dance Club, 

Cheerleader, Dodgeball, Hog 

Farming 

Nelson, Vanessa Leigh 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Nelson, Virginia Corigan 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nemargut, Joseph P 

(Raleigh, NC) . 

GD, Ph.D. In Stru. 8. Cell Biology 

Nerino, Mary Margret 

(West Reading. PA) 

Sophomore, Sociology 

Nesbit, Jacqueline B 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biological Chemistry 

Nesbit, Kerry Elizabeth 

(Destrehan, LA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Nettles, Chris 

(Holden, LA) 

Freshman, Philosophy, Studio Art 

Rock Climbing Club, Guitar 

Nettles, Duane J. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Social Sciences 

Nettles, Scott Holden 

(Holden. LA) 

Junior, Management 



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Neumann Emily Katherlne 

(Portsmouth, VA) 

Sophomore, Psychology 

Neuner. Katherlne A. 

(Amherst, MA) 

3L. Law 

Neves, Patricia G. 

(Danbury. CT) 

Sophomore, Political Science. 

French 

Nevln, Ryan Kent Howell 

(Nashville, TN] 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Nevins, Kyle P. 

(Bridgeport, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Nevltt Johanna Marjorie 

(Aptos, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

New, Andrew Christopher 

(Cinnaminson. NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Newberg, Mark Melnikoff 

(Belmont, MA) 

3L, Law 

Newcomb, William 

(Pensacola, FL) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Newhall, Alice Evelyn 

(Falls Church, VA) 

Senior. History, Sociology 

Kappa Alpha Theta. Phi Alpha 

Theta Honor Society 

Newhouse, Megan Elizabeth 

(S Burlington, VT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Newkirk, Elizabeth A. 

(Springfield, MO) 

Sophomore, Religious Studies 

Soundwave, Tulane Marching 

Band, Pier Glass 

Newlin, Grier Gray, III 

(Norcross. GA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Newman, Alan William 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Newman, Courtney M 

(Dallas, TX) 

IL. Law 

Newman, Emmaline Anerta May 

(Colorado Springs. CO) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Newman, Nathan Bradley 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Newman, Nicholas Micah 

(Mckinleyville. CA) 

Junior, History 

Newman, Robyn Helene 

(Ridgewood, NJ) 

Senior, Digital Design, Studio Art 

Congratulations! A job well done! 

We love you! Mom, Dad, Shari, 

Amanda, Jennifer and Jerry 

Newsom, Robert R 

(Columbia, MS) 

MD3, Medicine 

Newsom, William Alexander 

(Cheraw, SC) 

MD1. Medicine 

Newton, Phillip Ross 

(Midland, TX) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Rugby Club-Men's. Kappa Sigma, 

Biomedical Engineering Society 

Ng, Caroline Kawen 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

Junior, English, Studio Art 

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship, 

Tulane University Vietnamese 

Association 

Ng, Shirley Y 

(Farmington. MO) 

2L. Law 

Ngo Due Minh 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Epidemiology 



Nguyen. Ai Mau 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Chemical 

Engineering 

Nguyen, An Thanh 

(Anaheim. CA) 

Masters. Health Systems 

Management 

Nguyen Christopher Cain 

(Minden. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nguyen, Hong Thi 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nguyen, Hong Tuyet 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters, Undeclared 

Nguyen, Hong 

(Marrero, LA) 

Senior, Management 

Nguyen, Huyen Mong 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Nguyen, Jenee B. 

(Missouri City, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Nguyen, Khai Vien 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Nguyen, Khanh Thuy 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Nguyen, Kim 

(Westminster, CA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Nguyen, Linda Lemy 

Senior, English, Political Science 

Delta Xi Nu 

Nguyen, Mai Ngoc 

(Marrero, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Nguyen, Mary Myle 

(Amelia, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nguyen, Nhung Q. Chieu 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Nguyen, Quan D 

(San Leandro, CA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Nguyen, Quoc Manh 

(Saigon, Vietnam) 

Masters, Epidemiology 

Nguyen, Susie L 

(Gulfport) 

Freshman, Journalism 

Nguyen, Thanh Thi 

(Gretna, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Nguyen, Thao 

(Atlanta, GA) 

MD2. Medicine 

Nguyen, Thi Kim Chi 

(Quangnam Province. Vietnam) 

Graduate, International Health 

Tulane Asian Medical Student 

Association, Volleyball Club 

Nguyen, Thu-Van T. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore, Cell & Molecular 

Biology 

Nguyen Tom Kim 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Besf Wishes from Mom & Dad 

Nguyen, Trung Thanh 

(Boston, MA) 

Freshman, Mathematics, 

Psychology 

College Democrats. Community 

Action Council of Tulane 

University Students. Asian 

American Students United 

Nguyen, Tuan D. 

(Gretna, LA) 

Senior. Neuroscience 

Nguyen Cao Thanh Mai Thao 

(Nha Trang. Vietnam) 

GM, International Health 

Nicholas-Fulmer, Max 

(Oakland. CA) 

Junior. Political Science 



Nichols, Barry 

(Covington. KY) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Nichols David Fromson 

(Highland Park. IL) 

Junior, Finance 

Nichols, Jesse B. 

(Eldon, IA) 

Senior, Finance 

Nicholson, Jason Carl 

(Shawnee, KS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Nicholson, Joshua Roy 

(Terrytown, LA) 

Senior, Computer Info Systems 

Nicholson, Torrence L 

(Coy. AL) 

MD2. Medicine 

Nickelorte, Sarah 

(Jefferson. LA) 

Junior. Anthropology. Classical 

Studies 

Nickey. Rebecca 

(Conehatta. MS) 

Freshman, Casino Resort 

Management 

Nicoll, Lance W. 

(Metairie, LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Niedermeyer, Hilary Fay 

(Salem, OR) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Niedosik, Travis John 

(Norristown, PA) 

Senior, Computer Engineering 

Nielsen, David 

(Metairie. LA) 

GD. Molecular & Cellular Biology 

Nierenberg, Natalie Elizabet 

(Tampa, FL) 

MD4. Medicine 

Niesen, Monica M. 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Mathematics 

Nikas, Angeliki Joanna 

(Athens, Greece) 

Senior, Accounting, Political 

Science 

Niklitschek, Juan Marcos 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Nikolich, Adam Paul 

(Lynnfield, MA) 

Freshman, Economics. 

Psychology 

Rowing 

Ning, Jinfeng 

(Guangdong, China) 

GD, Biomedical Engineering 

2L Class (Law School) 

Niosi, Lauren Torie 

(New York, NY) 

Junior, Women's Studies 

Nirandorn, Mac Michael 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Nisenbaum, David Lewis 

(Placitas. NM) 

Senior. Psychology 

Niswanger Raymond F 

(Jefferson, LA) 

2L. Law 

Nittrouer, Jeffrey A 

(Mercer Island. WA) 

GD. Earth & Environmental 

Sciences 

Nix, Brandon Russell 

(Austin. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nix, Erin Michelle 

(Shreveport, LA) 

3L. Law 

Nix Kathryn Adria 

(Racine. Wl) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Nix Lauren Michelle 

(Houston. TX) 

Sophomore. Finance 

Nix. Peter G. 

(Mandeville. LA) 

3L, Law 



Nlxdorl. Mark W. 

(Montvaie. NJ) 

Junior. Marketing 

Nixon, Anna J 

(Slideli. LA) 

GD. Health Systems 

Management 

Nixon. Becky M. 

(Buffalo Grove, IL) 

Senior. Mathematics 

Noah, Jason Brett 

(East Brunswick. NJ) 

Sophomore. Political Science 

Phi Kappa Sigma. Baseball Club 

Nobes. Katharine 

(Son Antonio. TX) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering. 

Psychology 

Noble, Diana M. 

(Essex. CT) 

Senior, Marketing 

Noble, Laine Frances 

(Decatur, GA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Noble, Mark 

(Charlotte, NC) 

GD. Political Sci/Lat Amer Studies 

Nobles, Sha'Teek Anthony 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, Applied Business 

Noce, Michael Joseph 

(Fairfax Station. VA) 

Freshman. Finance. Economics 

Noel, Lauren Paige 

(Laplace. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Noero, Sophie Mai 

(St. Louis. MO) 

Junior, Communication 

Nofsinger, Jacqueline H 

(Gulfport. MS) 

Senior. Media Arts 

Nolan, Porter H 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L. Law 

Nolan Siobhan Anne 

(Aberdeen, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Nolan, Therese Ellen 

(Lincolnwood. IL) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Nolerto, Todd Christian 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, International Health 

Nolfo Lauren E 

(Boones Mill. VA) 

GD, EEOB 

Nollman Sasha Rose 

(Friday Harbor, WA) 

Freshman, Studio Art, English 

Sailing Club, Green Envy. College 

Democrats 

Nomanbhoy Fatema 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD4. Medicine 

Noonan Margaret Grace 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Noor, Kablr 

(Allen. TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Noordhoff Natasha Ann 

(Grand Rapids. Ml) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

IL Class (Law School) 

Norman Anne Marie 

(San Antonio. TX) 

Junior. Biomedical Engineering 

Community Action Council of 

Tulane University Students. Tulane 

Orchestra. Biomedical 

Engineering Society 

Norman Travis William 

(St Louis, MO) 

Junior, Political Science. French 

Normann Rose Eileen 

(Frankfort. ME) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Norm Anthony J. 

(Kalamazoo. Ml) 

Junior. Psychology. Sociology 



Northrop. Kory Philip 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Norton Elizabeth Bray 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. International Health 

Norton. Sarah Miles 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Junior. History. Sociology 

Norwood Chasidy M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Nossaman Jennifer Deana 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Nossaman, Reade Byron 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Architecture 

Nossaman Vaughn Eugene 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Biomedical Engineering 

Notaro Danielle B. 

(Southold. NY) 

Junior. Political Science 

Nolo. Cara-Mia P 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Novack Erica Mary 

(Beverly. MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Novak, Marissa Eve 

(Bay Village. OH) 

Junior. History 

Novak, Nathaniel Andrew 

(Sag Harbor. NY) 

Senior. Art History 

Rugby Club-Men's 

Novasel, Kylle L 

(South Lake Tahoe. CA) 

Sophomore. Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives. History 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Great job, Kytie. We love you! 

Mom and Dad 

Novosad Mari C 

(Pineville. LA) 

GM. Nutrition 

Novosiolova Olga L. 

(Vilnius. Lithuania) 

GD. Biostatistics 

Nowack Aaron E. 

(Leawood. KS) 

GM. Computer Science 

Nowack Rebecca C. 

(Leawood. KS) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Nowak Ronald Austin 

(Austin. TX) 

Sophomore. Chemical 

Engineering 

Ntaganira Joseph 

(Butare. Rwanda) 

GD. International Development 

Ntahobokulira Isaac 

(Central Africa) 

SPG. International Development 

Nuanes Molly Watson 

(Denver. CO) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Nuanes Timothy 

(Denver. CO) 

Senior. Architecture 

Nuckolls Walter Grant 

(Shreveport. LA) 

Masters. Finance 

Nuell Elizabeth Hille 

(Miami. FL) 

Senior. Spanish 

Nuesslein Claire 

(Harahan. LA) 

Junior. Sociology 

Nunez Lauren 

(Bell City. LA) 

Sophomore. Communication 

Nunez Roberto 

(Chile) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Nuss Heidi J 

(Metairie. LA) 

GD. Social Work 



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Nussbaum, Rachel Mara 

(W Milford. NJ) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Nutik. Chandler Jay 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Sports Lawyers Journal 

Nutinsky, Charles Lewis 

(Seminole, FL) 

GM. Health Systems 

Management 

Nuttall, Grey Steele 

(Huntsville, AL) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering 

Army Reserve Officer Training 

Corps, Zeta Psi 

Nwobu, Obiamaka Chinyelu 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Community Health Sciences 

Nyandwe, Kyloka Jean 

(Kinshasa. Republic of Congo) 

GD, International Development 

Nyce, Britton Douglass 

(Baltimore, MD) 

Freshman. Finance. Political 

Economy 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sailing Club. 

Music and Medicine 

Live Large! 

Nyirazinyoye, Laetitia 

(Butare. Rwanda) 

GD. International Development 

O Brien, Shannon Marie 

(Marietta. GA) 

Freshman. Public Health - 

Environmental Health Science 

O Leary, Emily Anne 

(Buffalo, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Oates, Christopher M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Sophomore, Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Obert, Jacquelyn 

(Cincinnati, OH) 

Junior, Chemical Engineering 

Obiol, Elizabeth M. 

(Jefferson, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

O'Brien, Abigail Lauren 

(Sdint Paul, KS) 

Senior, Finance, Accounting 

O'Brien, Christopher P 

(Knoxville, TN) 

GM, Business 

O'Brien, Jennifer Rhea 

(Huntington Beach. CA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

O'Brien, Keegan C. 

(Glencoe, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Tennis Club 

O'Brien, Lauren S. 

(Newport Beach, CA) 

Junior, Anthropology 

O'Brien, Maddy Mackenzie 

(Winthrop. ME) 

Sophomore, Undecldred 

O'Brien, Margaret A 

(Hinsdale, IL) 

Sophomore, Undecldred 

Ocampo, Ana Maria 

(Cdli, Colombio) 

Graduate, Civil Engineering, 

Chemical Engineering 

Occhipinti, Matthew Robert 

(Metairie. LA) 

Senior. Computer Info Systems 

Ochs, Micah 

(Winnsboro. LA) 

FYR. Architecture 

Ochs, William Heinrich 

(Winnsboro, LA) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

O'Connell, Brendon M. 

(Marshall, Ml) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

O'Connell, Casey Duffin 

(Miami, FL) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

O'Connell, James M. 

(San Francisco. CA) 

3L. Law 



O'Connell, Liam Edmund 

(Burke. VA) 

Sophomore. Undecldred 

O'Connell. Meghan Katherine 

(Midmi, FL) 

Senior, Neuroscience, Spanish 

Tulone University Neuroscience 

Assocotion, Green Wave 

Ambassadors. Student Bar 

Associotion 

O'Connell, Ryan William 

(Tampa, FL) 

Senior, Political Science 

O'Connor, Daniel T 

(Rochester. NY) 

MD4. Medicine 

O'Connor, Evan D. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

O'Connor, Megan Ann 

Senior. Linguistics. Asian Studies 

O'Connor, Melissa E. 

GM. Business 

O'Connor, Thomas P 

(Old Greenwich. CT) 

2L. Ldw 

Tuldne Journal of International & 

Comparative Law, Lacrosse 

Club-Men's 

Odak, Anthony Joseph 

(Mandeville. LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Oddo, Hope Elizabeth 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Odell, Claudia E. 

(St Louis. MO) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Oden, Rachael 

(Jefferson. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Odeneal, Tia Blair 

(Mclean, VA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Odhiambo. Samson A. 

(Houston. TX) 

2L, Law 

Odom. Taylor R. 

(St. Francisville, LA) 

Sophomore. Political Science 

O'Donnell, Cara Lynne 

(Belle Harbor, NY) 

Freshman, Architecture 

O'Donnell, Thomas Andrew 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior. Economics 

O'Donohue, Thomas Kevin 

(Valleycottage. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Oehmichen, Molly Elizabeth 

(Pickerington. OH) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering 

Engineering Student Council. 

Society of Women Engineers, 

Biomedical Engineering Society 

Oelschlager, Rory James 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Senior. Management. German 

Language and Literature 

Oertling, Matthew Daniel 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undecldred 

Offutt. Joseph Robert 

(San Antonio. TX) 

Sophomore. Biomedical 

Engineering. Spanish 

Delta Tau Delta. American 

Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Tulane University Campus 

Programming 

O'Flaherty, Erin Eileen 

(Ronkonkoma. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Ogden, Hannah Leigh 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Freshman, Undecldred 

Sigma Deltd Tau 

Oglesby. Ashley Noelle 

(Luling, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 



Ogunkeyede, Adeola O 

(Queen Village. NY) 

IL, Law 

Oguz, Evren 

(Upper Saddle, NJ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Oh, Julie Y 

(Rome, GA) 

1 L. Low 

Ohanesian, Lindsay Nicole 

(South Lyon, Ml) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Ohar. Megan May 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Biomedicdl Engineering 

Ohara. Shannon D 

(Pdnama City Beach. FL) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

O'Hara, James Ryan 

(Little Rock, AR) 

Senior, Management, Legal 

Studies in Business 

Phi Kdppd Sigmd 

O'Hara, Patrick Donald 

(Albany, NY) 

Junior, Undeclared 

O'Hara, Robert Hayes 

(Petersburg, IL) 

Senior, Pol Sci/lntemational 

Relation 

Ultimate Frisbee Club, Dodgeball 

Ohlstein. Derek Hunter 

(Glenmoore, PA) 

MD1. Medicine 

Ohr, Rachel A. 

Freshman, Undecldred 

Okatcha, Tunika Ida 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Parasitology 

O'Keeffe, Jennifer Marie 

(Commack. NY) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Okochi, Kenji David 

(Scarsdale, NY) 

Junior, Chemistry 

Okoye, Christian Udokiou 

(Lafayette. LA) 

Freshman, Undecldred 

Okoye, Obiefuna Perry 

(Awkd-Etiti, Anambra, Nigeria) 

GM, Public Health And Trap Med 

School of Public Health & 

Tropical Medicine SGA, Soccer 

Club-Men's, Catholic Center 

Okpalobi, Emeka 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 

Ola, Antor Ndep 

(Nsanakang, Cameroon) 

GD, Health 

Communication/Education 

Tulane African Student 

Association 

Olaiya, Charles O. 

(Pasco, WA) 

GD. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Oldenbourg, Thoerrin Z 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Oldendorf, Ashton Todd 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, Biomedical Engineering, 

Mathematics 

O'Leary, Megan Maureen 

(Huntington, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Kappa Alpha Theta, Newcomb 

Assets, Student Alumni 

Ambassador 

O'Leary, Paul Andrew 

(Waco, TX) 

Masters, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Flag Football, Basketball 

Oles, John K 

(Wrentham, MA) 

GM, Art Studio 

Olexa, Frank T. 

(Houston. TX) 

Freshman, Accounting 

Olgaard, Catherine C. 

(Tawas City, Ml) 

Junior, Finance 



Olim, Sarah Nicole 

(Katy, TX) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Olinde. Kathleen Joyce 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Fifth- Year Prog, Accounting 

Olinde, Sandra Namias 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies, Legal 

Studies in Business 

Alpha Lambdd Delta Honor 

Society. Pre-Law Society, Tulane 

University Paralegal Association 

To my angel in heaven you 

will forever be my goony and the 

twinkle in my eye. Love, Mom 

Oliphant, Nicholas P 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, International Health 

Oliva, Michael S. 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Junior. History 

Oliveira, Eliel C. 

(Conceicao Do Coite. Brazil) 

Masters, Business, Information 

Systems 

Graduate School Student 

Association, Tulane International 

Business Society, Capoeira 

Angola Club of Tulane 

Oliveira, Leila 

(Maputo, Mozambidue) 

GM, International Development 

Oliver, Carolyn S. 

(Philadelphia. MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Oliver, James C. 

(Richmond, VA) 

Sophomore, Political Science 

Oliver, Kevin M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Classical Languages 

Oliver, Kimberly A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

3L, Law 

Oliver, Lindsay Forde 

(Rockville Center. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Oliver Robert A. 

(Mason, OH) 

Freshman, Undecldred 

Oliver, Robert Clay 

(Richmond, VA) 

Senior, Politicol Science, 

Sociology 

Olliver, Tyler W. 

(Spring Hill, FL) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Olson. Alex B. 

(Murrells Inlet, SC) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Basketball 

Olson. Bonnie J 

(Mobile. AL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Olson, Brittany Malone 

(New Orleans, LA) 

2L, Law 

Olson, David J. 

(Saint Louis, MO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Olson, Gillian M. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Microbiology/Immunology 

Olson, Michael M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Olson, Niels H 

MD1, Medicine 

Cycling, Photography 

Olson, Rebecca L 

(Lewistown, MT) 

2L, Low 

Olson. Scott 

(Austin, TX) 

GD, Moleculor & Cellular Biology 

Olson, Stephen Scott 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Olson, Tim J 

(Covington, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 



Olton-Weber, Sara D. 

(Milwaukee, Wl) 

Junior, Sociology, French 

Omahoney, Chase T. 

(Dover, NH) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

O'Malley, Daniel Anthony 

(Cranston. Rl) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

O'Malley, Jennifer N. 

(Madison, AL) 

Junior, Neuroscience 

Omar, Lena Adnan 

(Metairie, LA) 

Senior, History 

Omner, Colby Anthony 

(Mandeville, LA) 

Junior. Legal Studies 

O'Neill. Colin W 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Senior, Undeclared 

O'Neill, Kathleen Ann 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Onwunyi, Chisom Adaeze 

(Torrance, CA) 

GM. Environmental Health 

Sciences 

Onyema, John Nkwachukwu 

(Las Vegas, NV) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Opay. Allison L 

(Monticello, MN) 

MD4, Medicine 

Oqueli Mcgraw, Kathleen Aissa 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Doctoral, Social Work, Public 

Health - Global Community 

Health 

Student Government Association 

of the School of Social Work. 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association. School of 

Public Health & Tropical 

Medicine SGA, Associated 

Student Body 

Oracz, Andrew I. 

(Montgomery, NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Oran, Ronald L 

(Alexdndria, LA) 

GD, Philosophy 

Orchid. Oshea V. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Political Science 

Ordoyne, Christopher Michael 

(Houma, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

O'Reilly. David R 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Doctoral, Civil Engineering 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers 

Orellana, Daniel Alberto 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Orenstein, Lisa H. 

(Parker. CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Orfitelli, Andreana J. 

(San Bruno, CA) 

Sophomore, Business 

Orgeron, Ellen Alice 

(Metoirie, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Orgeron, Emily Patrice 

(Metairie, LA) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Catholic Center, Student Alumni 

Ambassador 

Congratulations and Best Wishes! 

Love Mom. Dad and Ericka 

Orgeron, Jean-Paul 

(Oneonta. NY) 

GM, Philosophy 

Oriano, Jeannette 

(Metairie, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Ormand, Jill Victoria 

(Dunwoody, GA) 

Junior, Communication 



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Oropeza, Matthew R 
(Keesler Alb,, MS) 
Junior, Undeclared 
Orosco, Allison 
(Seguin, TX) 

GM, Tropical Medicine 
Orosco, Emily Faber 
(Oklahoma City, OK) 
Sophomore, Chemistry, English 
Pre-Medical Society, Women In 
Science 

O'Rourke Matthew Thomas 
(Garden City, NY) 
Junior, Finance 
O'Rourke Raven Taylor 
(Dayton, OH) 

Freshman, English, American 
Studies 

Residence Hall Association, 
Rowing 
Orr, lacey 
(Kula. Maui. HI) 
Masters. Business 
Orr Mary Melissa 
(Vestavia Hill, AL) 
Senior, Undeclared 
Orris, Celeste E 
(New Orleans, LA) 
MDl. Medicine 
Ortego. Stephen 
(Carencro, LA) 
Senior. Architecture 
Orth. Jamie Kay 
(Metairie, LA) 

■ Junior, Ecology & Evol Biology 
Orlh, Robyn Elizabeth 
(Pensacola, FL) 

Freshman. Latin American Studies 
Pre-Law Society. Pi Beta Phi 
Orth. Roger Martine 
(Pensacola, FL) 
GM, Finance 
Ortiz, Alexander Darkhan 
(Seattle, WA) 

Senior. Biological Chemistry 
Ortiz Arguedas, Ricardo 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM. Business. Marketing 
Spanish and Portuguese Student 
Asscociation, Indoor Soccer. 
Tennis Club 
Ortmann, Anthony L 
(St. Louis. MO) 
GD, Anthropology 
Osborn, Adam Cramer 
(Ponchatoula. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Osborn, Christa Elizabeth 
(Lawrenceville, GA) 
Sophomore. Marketing, Studio 
Art 

Sigma Delta Tau 
Osborn, Lacey Teran 
(Ml. Vernon. IL) 
Junior. Finance 
Osborne. Culum Roy William 
(Parkville, MO) 
Sophomore, Architecture 
Osborne, Jenna 
(Hartselle. AL) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Osborne Jonathan E. 
(Shreveport, LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
African-American Congress of 
Tulane. Men of Color. Basketball. 
Football 

Osborne, Kelsey M 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Sophomore, Philosophy. English 
African-American Congress of 
Tulane 

Osburn Lisa Vaccaro 
(Slidell. LA) 

Sophomore, Paralegal Studies 
OShaughnessy. Sean C. 
(Princeton, NJ) 
Junior, Communication 
O'Sirio, Marquis Quemon 
(Harvey. LA) 
Senior, Management 



Oskowitz, Adam Z 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD.. Molecular 8. Cellular Biology 

Osorio, Alejandro Maria 

(Mexico City. Mexico) 

GD, Spanish 

Oster, Elizabeth Anne 

(Santo Fe. NM) 

GD, Anthropology 

Oster, Eve A 

(Birmingham. AL) 

MD3. Medicine 

Ostrich, Adam Emanuel 

(State College, PA) 

Freshman, Physics, Mathematics 

Fencing Club, Tulane Jazz 

Ensemble, Hillel 

Ostrich, Johanna Hllah 

(Pensacola. FL) 

Senior. English. German 

Language and Literature 

We are so proud of each of you! 

Johanna. Rebecca & Adam, 

Love, Mom & Dad 

Ostrich, Rebecca Leah 

(Pensacola, FL) 

Senior. Psychology, French 

Ostrikoff, Ryan Nicholas 

(Kamloops, BC) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Graduate and Professional 

Students Association, Tulane 

Entrepreneurs Association, 

Fencing Club, Tulane Masters 

Golf Club 

Ostroff-Moskowitz, Daniel Harris 

(Roslyn. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Ostuw, Emily R. 

(Calhoun, GA) 

Senior, Finance. Spanish 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Congratulations! Love, Dad 

Otori, Aisha Oyiza 

(Okene, Nigeria) 

3L, Law 

Often, Rebecca M. 

(Brookfield, Wl) 

Freshman, Anthropology, 

International Development 

Chi Omega, Community Action 

Council of Tulane University 

Students 

Outlaw, Matthew Morgan 

(Mobile, AL) 

Senior, Neuroscience 

Oved, Dan I. 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Senior, Computer Science 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Oved, Steven Michael 

(Morganville. NJ) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Overal, Damon 

(Glenview, IL) 

Senior, Finance. Accounting 

Owen Garrett T 

(Mariposa. CA) 

MDl. Medicine, Public Health - 

Health Infomatics 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section, Tulane 

Emergency Medicine Interest 

Group. American Medical 

Student Association 

Owen Trevor M 

(Mariposa. CA) 

Fourth Year Med. Medicine 

Tulane Emergency Medicine 

Interest Group. American 

Medical Association - Medical 

Student Sec, Tulane Life Support 

Society 

Owens, Claude 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Masters. Business 

Alpha Phi Alpha. Associated 

Student Body. Hullabaloo 

Owens Evelyn Levingston 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

Freshman, French. Music 

Chi Omega 



Oxley. Jullnna 

(Franklin Springs, GA) 

GD, Philosophy 

Ozturk, Tugrul Can 

(Istanbul, Turkey) 

GD, International Development 

Pace. Cassandra Jean 

(Reston. VA) 

Senior, Linguistics 

Green Club, WTUL 

Pacelll, John Paul 

(Chicago, IL) 

Freshman, Architecture 

Good things happen to those 

that work hard and persevere. 

Best of Luck, Love, Mom & Dad 

Pachino, Erik S. 

(Hunt Valley. MD) 

Sophomore, Art History 

Pacitti, Stephanie Jane 

(Lake Forest, IL) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Ash makes me sooo chipper! I 

promise to not be the noisy 

neighbor next year! 

Pack, Sherrod J 

(Gretna, LA) 

GM, Business 

Packard, Courtney C. 

(Mercer Island. WA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Packer, Mirelle Elizabeth 

(Tallahassee, FL) 

Junior, Architecture 

Padover, Alyssa Rachel 

(Dix Hills. NY) 

Sophomore, Neuroscience, 

Sociology 

Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pre-Medical 

Society 

Paganetti, Jason R 

(Durham, CT) 

GD, Economics 

Page, Brian J 

(Saddle River, NJ) 

1 L, Law 

Page, Elisabeth Joy 

(Gautier, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Page, Jonathan Ashton 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Pagoaga, Laura J 

(Kenner, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Paige, Steven Bradley 

(Bogalusa, LA) 

Senior, Psychology 

Pais, Jeremy F 

(Westfield. MA) 

GD, Sociology 

Pakalnietis. Brian Edward 

(Braintree, MA) 

Senior, Finance 

Pallin Brett Jacob 

(Northridge, CA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Palmer, Andrew Alex 

(Missouri City, TX) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Palmer, Gwendolyn 

(Harahan. LA) 

Senior. Paralegal Studies 

Palmer Wesley C. 

(Louisville. KY) 

Senior. Finance 

Paloade Tanya A 

(Jefferson. LA) 

Freshman. Applied Business 

Palumbo Amy Michelle 

(Oak Ridge. TN| 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Palumbo Kristen Beth 

(Oak Ridge. TN) 

Senior, Finance 

Panday Debraj 

(Kenner. LA) 

Senior. Finance 

Ponde Leena 

(Biloxi. MS) 

MD3. Medicine 



Pandey. Amitabh Chandra 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MDl. Medicine 

Pondey Arvind Kant 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Cell 8. Molecular Biology 

Omicron Delta Kappa Honor 

Society. Indian Association ol 

Tulane University. Pre-Medical 

Society, Tulane Office of 

Multicultural Affairs 

Pandit. Megha 

(Louisville. KY) 

Senior. Psychology 

Psi Chi Honor Society, Indian 

Association of Tulane University 

Pandzik. Kaitlyn Elizabeth 

(Cincinnati. OH) 

Junior, Finance 

Panetta, Victoria E. 

(El Paso. TX) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pang. Szekim 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Panicker, Sally 

(New York, NY) 

Graduate, Finance 

Pankey, Edward A 

(New Orleans. LA) 

MDl. Medicine 

Pankow. Keri L. 

(Encino, CA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

We are so proud of you. Keri! 

Love Mom & Dad 

Panneton, Michelle Celeste 

(St. Louis, MO) 

Senior. Marketing 

Pantaleo. Elizabeth Anne 

(Bethesda. MD) 

Junior. English 

Papadopoulos. Dimitris Kyria 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior, History 

Papadopoulos, Madina Paolo 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Italian 

Pappas Alexander John 

(Naples, FL) 

Senior. Neuroscience 

Parajuli. Bharat 

(Kaski, Nepal) 

GM. Business 

Pardee Avery Bryce 

(Tucson. AZ) 

2L. Law 

Pardee, Jessica Warner 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Sociology 

Pardi, Annabelle Jean 

(Zachary, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Paredes Megan E 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman, Business 

Parekh. Folgunee Kishorchand 

(Simi Valley, CA) 

GD. Interdisciplinary 

Parent Elizabeth S 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Undeclared 

Parent Larry Calvin 

(Mandeville. LA) 

GM. Executive MBA 

Parenton Michael J. 

(Thibodaux. la) 

Sophomore. General Studies / 

Humanities 

Parikh Keyur H 

(Ahmedobad. Gujarat . India) 

GM. Epidemiology 

Paris Michelle E 

(Scottsdale. AZ) 

3L. Law 

Parisi Andrew James 

(Landsdale. PA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Park Alan 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Finance 



Park Anthony J 

(Metairie. LA) 

GM. Pharmacology 

Park. Chul-Hong 

(Seoul. South Korea) 

Law Masters. Admiralty 

Pork. Joe Y 

(Las Vegas. NV) 

MDl. Medicine 

Pork Joon S. 

(Hyde Park. NY) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Park, Jun-Hyung 

(Gwangju. South Korea) 

Sophomore, Architecture 

Park. Kaye 

(Flushing. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Park. Kevin U 

(Glenview, IL) 

MDl, Medicine 

Park Laurie E 

(Trabuco. CA) 

I L. Law 

Park, Sue Jung 

(Biloxi. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Park, Taejun 

(Seoul. Korea) 

Freshman. Cell and Molecular 

Biology. Finance 

Asian American Students United, 

Asian American Students United. 

Tulane University Vietnamese 

Association 

Parker Adam M. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Parker Adam Maurice 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Architecture 

Parker Amanda M. 

(Tarrytown. NY) 

Junior. Spanish 

Parker Amy 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM. Finance 

Parker Bettye Jane 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Social Work 

Parker Brandon Masi 

(Plantation. FL) 

Freshmon. Undeclared 

Parker Craig 

(Stuart. FL) 

Junior. Architec 

Parker Debbie Delahousay 

(Mandeville. LA) 

Freshman. Paralegal Studies 

Parker Edwin Leigh 

(Slidell, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Parker James Kenneth 

(Houston. TX) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Parker Jennifer Anne 

(Portland. OR) 

Senior. Anthropology 

Parker Katherine Greene 

(Burtonsville. MD) 

GM. English 

Parker Kathryn Mary 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Masters. Maternal And Chid 

Health. Public Health - 

Epidemiology 

Parker Mary Stephanie 

(Chesapeake. VA) 

GM. International Health 

Parker Nicole Louise 

(Metairie. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Parker Pamela lynch 

(Avondale. LA) 

Senior. Information Systems 

Parker Patrice Erin 

(Avondale. LA) 

Sophomore. Applied Business 

Parker Trinity 

(New Orleans. LA| 

Freshman. Undeclared 



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Parks, Kevin Michael 

(Piedmont. CA) 

Senior, History 

Gotta hand it to ya! We are 

proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad 

& Stephanie 

Parlikad, Mahesh V 

(Pune. India) 

1 L, Law 

Parlin, Andrew William 

(Oceanside, NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Parms, Samuel 

(Biloxi, MS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Parola, Aaron Michael 

(Dexter. ME) 

Senior, Marketing 

Parr, Nicholas J. 

(Slidell. LA) 

Sophomore, Art History 

Parra, Paloma A 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Parrm. Andrew Feys 

(Leawood, KS) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Parris, Kelsey Welsh 

(Centreville, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Parrish, Deidra Demeatra 

(Decatur. GA) 

GM. Public Health And Trap Med 

Parrish, Kenneth Steven, Jr 

(Orlando, FL) 

Senior. Management 

Parrott, Meghan 

(Knoxville. TN) 

GM. Pharmacology 

Parry, Phillip Vaughan 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Sailing Club 

Parson, Samuel D 

(Arlington, TX) 

1L, Law 

Partridge, Christopher S. 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Partridge, Meredith Lynn 

(Littleton, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Partyka, Megan 

(Pine Beach, NJ) 

Sophomore, Ecology & Evol 

Biology, Psychology 

Best of luck in Costa Rica and at 

the zoo. Love. Mom and Dad 

Parvazi, Pedram 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Computer Science 

Pascucci, Philip Stephen 

(Mishawaka, IN) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Pascuzzo, Julia 

(Camnichaels, PA) 

Sophomore. Anthropology 

Pasmore, Kristen 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Philosophy 

Pasquesi, Samuel Conner 

(Lake Bluff. IL) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Pasricha, Dmitri L. 

(Naples. FL) 

Junior. Finance 

Passarella, Michael J 

(New York. NY) 

3L, Law 

Passyn, Juanita A 

(Trappe, MD) 

GM, Business 

Paszamant, Michael Lester 

(Metuchen, NJ) 

Sophomore, Musical 

Performance, Digital Media 

Production 

Patch, Christopher G. 

(Providence, Rl) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Pate, Keely Elizabeth 

(Springfield, VA) 

Junior, Political Science 



Patel, Akshar Pankaj 

(Natchitoches, LA) 

Freshman, Biological Chemistry 

Pre-Medical Society 

Patel, Bindiya R 

(Laurel. MS) 

GD, Pharmacology 

Patel, Dhaval R 

(Charlotte, NC) 

MD4, Medicine 

American Medical Student 

Association, Community 

Medicine Interest Group, Latin 

American Medical Student 

Association, American College of 

Physicians 

Patel, Neil Thakor 

(Shawnee, KS) 

Junior, Finance 

Patel, Nina A. 

(Richmond. VA) 

2L. Law 

Patel, Parag Narendra 

(Upper Saddle River, NJ) 

Masters. Finance 

Patel, Parul Niranjan 

(Alexandria, LA) 

MD1, Medicine 

American Medical Association - 

Medical Student Section, 

American Medical Women's 

Association, American Medical 

Student Association 

Patel, Rajiv Dilip 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM. Finance 

Patel, Snehal G. 

(Lilbum. GA) 

GM, Pharmacology 

Patel. Tamanna Jui 

(Atlanta, GA) 

GM, Maternal And Child Health 

Patil, Mayur J. 

(Mumbai, India) 

GD. Cell & Molecular Biology 

Patin. Matthew Brooks 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Patout, Bradley Musson 

(New Iberia, LA) 

Senior, Accounting 

Patrick, Andrea Ellen 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Junior, Architecture 

American Institute of 

Architecture Students 

Patrick, Bradford C 

(Summerville, SC) 

2L, Law 

Patrick, Rachel Lauren 

(Searcy, AR) 

Senior, Spanish 

Patrie, Kimberly Michele 

(Schenectady, NY) 

Senior, Architecture 

Pattarozzi, Bradley Richard 

(Metairie, LA) 

GM, Business 

Patten, Philip P 

(University Place, WA) 

MD3. Medicine 

Medical School - 3rd year. 

Medicine and Art 

Patterson, Angela T. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Social Work 

Patterson, Courtney A. 

(Sacramento, CA) 

Sophomore. Pol Sci/lnternational 

Relation 

Patterson, Cynthia Louise 

(Metairie. LA) 

Sophomore. Computer Info 

Systems 

Patterson, Donna Lynn 

Sophomore, Public Relations 

Patterson, Erin 

(Syracuse, NY) 

GD, Anthropology 

Patterson, Jeanette Lucille 

(Indianapolis. IN) 

GD. French 



Patterson, Lauren Kathryn 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Junior, Exercise Science 

Patterson, Marc D 

(Clifton Park, NY) 

1 L, Law 

Patterson, Matthew E. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Patterson, Patricia K. 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Senior, Paralegal Studies. 

Philosophy 

Tulane University Paralegal 

Association, 2003 President, TUPA; 

Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor 

Society 

Patton, Mindy D 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Senior, Media Arts 

Patton, Rachel L. 

(Wookstock. GA) 

Junior. Psychology 

Pauker. Carolyn S. 

(Princeton Junction, NJ) 

Senior. Neuroscience 

Mazal Tov to the next Dr. Pauker! 

We love you lots. Mom, Charlie, 

Liz & Mel. Dad would be proud. 

Paul, Elena Maria 

(Patterson, CA) 

Graduate, Nutrition 

Paul, Kayla Amber 

(Pineville, LA) 

Freshman, History 

Catholic Center 

Hope you have a Great second 

semester. We love you so much!! 

Mom & Dad 

Paul, Timir Kumar 

GD, Epidemiology 

Paulos, Alexander Anthony 

(Beverly Hills, CA) 

Senior, Economics 

This day, this life, this moment is 

exactly what you decide to 

make of if. Yes! Love, Mom & 

Dad 

Paulson, Daniel V. 

(Colorado Springs, CO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Pauroso, Courtney I. 

(Burke, VA) 

Senior, Theatre 

Pavicevic-Johnston, Laura 

(Moberiy, MO) 

Sophomore, Polit-Econ/lntl 

Perspectives 

Pavlick, Richard C 

(Columbus. OH) 

2L. Law 

Pavlik, Elizabeth Ann 

(Chapel Hill. NC) 

Junior, Marketing 

Paxson. Wesley C 

(Jacksonville, FL) 

3L, Law 

Payne, Arlene M 

(Brooklyn, NY) 

3L, Law 

Payne, Coleman Ray 

(Grayling, Ml) 

Junior, History 

Payne, Kelly Jay 

(Capistrano Be, CA) 

Senior, Sociology 

Payne, Stanley E 

(Gulfport, MS) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Payton, Florastina Lataya 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD, Chemistry 

Paz, Pedro F 

(Los Angeles, CA) 

MD2, Medicine 

Medical School - 2nd year, 

American Medical Student 

Association, Latin American 

Medical Student Association 

Pazhman, Shahrukh 

(Herat City, Afghanistan) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 



Peacock, Edward P 

(Clarksdale. MS) 

2L. Law 

Peacock, Jacqueline D. 

(Greenville, Ml) 

Senior, Neuroscience, Philosophy 

Phi Sigma Pi Honor Society, 

Rugby Football Club-Women's, 

Feminist Majority Leadership 

Alliance (FMLA), Tibet Association 

of Tulane University (TATU) 

Pearline. Rachel V 

(St. Louis, MO) 

MD1, Medicine 

Pearsall, Kimberly K. 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Pearson, Clark V 

(Lakewood. CO) 

GD, Ecology & Evol Biology 

Pearson, Jennifer Leigh 

(Avondale. AZ) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Pearson, Michael Harrison 

(Hidden Hills, CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pedersen, Scarlett Lacey 

(Mariposa. CA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Peek, Lauren A. 

(Ponte Vedra Beach, FL) 

Junior. Marketing 

Peeler. Eric Andrew 

(Jonesboro, AR) 

Sophomore, Computer 

Engineering 

Peer, Stefanie 

(Innkreis. Austria) 

SPU. Business 

Peercy, Chavanne L. 

(Louisville. KY) 

GD. International Development 

Peet. Alexander W 

(New Orleans. LA) 

3L. Law 

Peglar, Lindsay Marie 

(Chesterfield, MO) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Pegues, Emma Caitlin 

Freshman, Undeclared, 

Undeclared 

Chi Omega, I LOVE CHI OM! 

Peitler, Samantha J. 

(Inwood. NY) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Peitz, Corinne Leigh 

(Matawan, NJ) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Pelham, Shaina Nicole 

(Winter Park. FL) 

Freshman, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Pellenberg, Rod 

(Houston, TX) 

MD3, Medicine 

Pellerin, Donna Marie 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Pelliccio, Christopher 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Masters, Finance 

Pellow, Shawn Michael 

(Stamford, CT) 

Senior, History 

Pember. Kelsey Del Barco 

(Northboro, MA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Pemberton, Alexandra Leigh 

(New Orleans, CA) 

Junior, Sociology 

Penaranda, Daniel J. 

(Deer Park, TX) 

Senior, Economics 

Best wishes for the future. We are 

very proud of your success. Love 

Mom and Brooks 

Penberthy, Katherine C 

(Rowayton, CT) 

2L. Law 

Pendegar, Meghan 

(Scottsdale. AZ) 

Junior, Pol Sci/Am Politics & 

Policy 



Peng, Huisheng 

(Shanghai, China) 

GD, Chemical Engineering 

Peng. Li-Jung 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 

Peng, Xiaoxiao 

(Heifei. Anhui. P.R.China) 

GD, Sociology 

Peng, Yinan 

(Flushing, NY) 

GM, International Health 

Penkar, Jeffrey S. 

(The Woodlands. TX) 

Junior, Business 

Pennebaker, Matt 

(Houston, TX) 

Sophomore, General Studies / 

Humanities 

Penner, Avram Daniel 

(Albuquerque, NM) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Penouilh, Val Joseph 

(Westwego, LA) 

GM, Liberal Arts 

Penzo, Leonard 

(Alexandria, LA) 

Junior, Psychology 

Peoples, Phyllis Le Blanc 

(Houma, LA) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Pepper, Barrett Keith 

(Bastrop, LA) 

Junior, Social Sciences 

Perchahern, Noah P 

(Milford, NH) 

3L, Law 

Perdue, Benjamin L. 

(Lake Charles, LA) 

Junior, Finance, Political Science 

Flag Football 

Perdue, Paul Kirby, III 

(Augusta, GA) 

GM, Undeclared 

Pere, Adrian C. 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Masters, Social Work 

Pere, Michelle Arabie 

(Harvey, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Perea, Michael D. 

(Santa Fe. NM) 

Senior, Anthropology 

Anthropology Student Union of 

Tulane, Naval ROTC 

Perego, Elizabeth Marie 

(Pittsburgh, PA) 

Sophomore, History, French 

Pereiras, Andrew Patrick 

(Houston, TX) 

GM, Busn/Management 

Perelion, Jerneice J. 

(Houston. TX) 

Senior. Accounting 

Community Service 

Peress. Bryan A. 

(Jericho, NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Perez, Alberto Carlos 

(Santiago, Chile) 

GM, Executive MBA 

Perez, April A. 

(New York, NY) 

Junior, History 

Perez, Carlos Matthew 

(San Antonio, TX) 

Junior, Business 

Perez, Kathlyn G 

(Braithwaite, LA) 

3L, Law 

Perez, Nicolle Christine 

(Rowlett. TX) 

Freshman, Biomedical 

Engineering 

Tulane Engineering and 

Computer Science Honors 

Society, Asian American Students 

United, Flag Football 

Perez, Oskar Manuel 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GM, Health Systems 

Management 



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Perez De Alejo Karina I. 

(Orlando. FL) 

junior, Legal Studies 

Perez Ortega. Daniel 

(Bogota. Colombia) 

SPU. Business 

Perina, Jessica 

(Woodside. NY) 

Senior. Anthropology 

Perkins Tift. Kathryn Caldwell 

(Santa Barbara. CA) 

MD4. Medicine 

Perl, Timothy Andrew 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Senior. Ecology & Evol Biology 

Perlman Meredith Clapp 

(Atlanta. GA) 

3L. Law 

Perovich, Carlyn Jones 

(Hanover, NH) 

Junior, Sociology 

Perque Glenn 

(Westwego. LA) 

Senior. Computer Info Systems 

Tennis Club 

Perrault, Troylynne M 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD. International Development 

Perrin, Garrett S. 

(Los Angeles. CA) 

Junior. Undeclared 

Perrin, Matthew Mark 

(Lafitte. LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Perrot, Dory M. 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Junior, Computer Engineering 

Perry. Alvin, III 

(8aton Rouge, LA) 

GM, Cell & Molecular Biology 

Perry, Anthony S 

(Mapleton, VT) 

MD3, Medicine 

Perry, Armand M 

(Phoenix, AZ) 

1 L. Law 

Perry. Everett Karl 

(Wellesley, MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Perry. Megan Carey 

(Hingham, MA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Perry, Page C 

(Burlington. VT) 

3L. Law 

Perry. Tamica 

(Hackberry. LA) 

GM. Preservation Studies 

Persson. Matthew J 

(Kenner. LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Pertull, Cheryl W 

(Harvey. LA) 

Junior, Undeclared 

Pertuit. Shea E 

(Harvey, LA) 

Freshman, Paralegal Studies 

Petenko. Casey Danielle 

(Marlboro, NJ) 

Sophomore. Legal Studies in 

Business 

Peter. William John 

(Ballwin, MO) 

Freshman. Political Science 

Sigma Chi, College Democrats 

Peters, Compton Byam 

(New Orleans, LA) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Peters, Curlene Ann 

(Harvey, LA) 

Junior, Paralegal Studies 

Peters, Kelly D 

(Redondo Beach, CA) 

GD, Neuroscience 

Petersen, Graciano A., Ill 

(Kissimmee. FL) 

Senior, Cell & Molecular Biology, 

Spanish 

Pre-Medical Society 

Peterson, Aaron C 

(Scotland. SD) 

Masters. Chemical Engineering 

Navy ROTC Instructor 



Peterson Brian W 
(Coral Gables, FL) 
MD2. Medicine 
Peterson. Cayce Christian 
(Patterson. LA) 
1 L, Law 

Peterson, Courtney Elizabeth 
(Metairie. LA) 
Junior, Paralegal Studies 
Peterson, Jaclyn J 
(New Orleans, LA) 
GM, Architecture 
Peterson, John R Douglas 
(Scottsdale, AZ) 
MD4. Medicine 
History of Medicine Society. 
Medical Military Student 
Association. Music and Medicine 
Peterson, Leah Aaron 
(Seattle, wa) 
Junior, Accounting 
Peterson, Lindsay 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM, Business 
Peterson. Maryclaire 
(Metairie. LA) 

GD. Electrical Engineering 
Peterson. Matthew Thomas 
(Boonton Twp, NJ) 
Sophomore, Civil Engineering 
Peterson, Nathan Ephraim 
(Biloxi. MS) 

Senior. Organizational Info 
Technology 

Peterson. Terrence Donell 
(Alvin. TX) 
Senior, Media Arts 
Petkash, David G 
(Lewisberry, PA) 
GM, Health Systems 
Management 
Petner. Sarah Rose 
(Darien, CT) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 
Petrich, Arianna K. 
(Portland. OR) 
Senior, Art History. English 
Petrino, Emily Antoinette 
(Fayetteville, AR) 
Junior, Psychology 
Perry. Marie Christine 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Senior. Media Arts 
Petter, William Martin 
(San Antonio. TX) 
Sophomore, Finance, Spanish 
Delta Tau Delta, Basketball, 
Outreach New Orleans 
Petters, Sarah W. 
(Newport News, VA) 
Senior, French 
Congratulations! We are so 
proud of you! We love you so 
much. Love. Mom. Dad & 
Caroline 

Pettiette, Lauren L. 
(Shreveport, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
Pettit Brett Becker 
(Omaha. NE) 
Senior. Political Science 
Pettit. Clint Spenser 
(Omaha, NE) 
Sophomore. Biomedical 
Engineering 
Pettit, Jessica Marie 
(Huntington. NY) 
Junior. Political Science 
Pettit. Kafherine A 
(Half Moon Bay. CA) 
2L, Law 

Petty, Charlotte M 
(Burke. VA) 
Junior. History 

We are proud of how you over- 
came Katrina & how you contin- 
ue to achieve your goals. Love 
Mommy & Daddy 
Petuchowski Joshua Singer 
(Chicago. IL) 

Freshman. General Studies / 
Humanities 



Pevarnek. Katherine B 
(Scarborough, ME) 
IL, Law 
Pevey, Seth J. 
(Keilhville. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Pfisler. Kimberly 
(Ft. Mitchell. KY) 
GM, Business 
Pflaum, Laury L. 
(Overland Park. KS) 
Junior. Finance 
Phatpan Rumpai 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Doctoral. Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Phelan. Joshua lewis 
(Kirkville. NY) 

Senior, Computer Science. 
Mathematics 
THEM, Runner's Club. 
International Game Developers 
Association (IGDA) 
Phelps, Cary 
(New Orleans, LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Phelps. Joseph T 
(Mechanicville, NY) 
2L. Law 

Phelps Sallie Margaret 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman, Undeclared 
Phi, Amanda Anh Kim 
(Rowlett, TX) 
Freshman, Psychology 
Philip. Lisbeth 
(New Orleans.. LA) 
GD, Interdisciplinary 
Philis, Stephanie Helen 
(Port Washington, NY) 
Senior, History, Political Science 
Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, 
Residence Hall Association, 
Orthodox Christian Fellowship 
(OCF), Residential Review Board 
Keep dancing! Green & Blue suit- 
ed you better than Orange & 
White! Love Dad. Mary & Peter 
Phillip, Dane Andrew 
(Lynn, MA) 

Freshman, Architecture 
Phillips, Alison Nicole 
(San Antonio. TX) 
Junior. Pol Sci/Am Politics & 
Policy. American Studies 
Feminist Majority Leadership 
Alliance (FMLA). College 
Democrats, Tibet Association of 
Tulane University (TATU), Spa 
Phillips, AshliS 
(East Point. GA) 

MD4. Medicine. Public Health - 
Health Informatics 
Student National Medical 
Association. American Medical 
Student Association. Delta Sigma 
Theta, Class of 2006 Flag Football 
Team 

Phillips. Atlee 
(Ft Worth. TX) 
GM. Art History 
Phillips Aubrey E. 
(Magnolia. TX) 

Sophomore. Exercise Science 
Phillips. Jomes William 
(Nashville. TN) 

Sophomore. Neuroscience. 
International Development 
Dodgeball. Delta Tau Delta. 
College Democrats. LDS Mission 
2003-2005 

Phillips Joshua Craig 
(Magnolia. TX) 
Junior. Accounting. Finance 
Phillips. Kara Else 
(St. Thomas. VI) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Phillips Katy L. 
(Pueblo West. CO) 
Freshman. History 
Phillips Matthew A. 
(Oakton. VA) 
Freshman. Architecture 



Phillips. Michael Thod 
(Indian Springs. AL) 
GD. Health Systems 
Management 
Phillips Naklsha 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Freshman. General Studies / 
Science 

Phillips. Nicolas James 
(San Francisco. CA) 
Junior. Finance 
Phillips, Sara S 
(Roswell. GA) 
GD. Anthropology 
Phillips. Whitney Daye 
(Dix Hills. NY) 

Sophomore. Political Science. 
Psychology 

Phillips-Savoy. Amanda 
(Lafayette. LA) 
GM. Environmental Health 
Sciences 

Philpots. Dominique Shontae 
(Riverdale. GA) 
Sophomore. Exercise Science 
Phoenix. Wynter N 
(El Cajon. CA) 
MD3. Medicine 
Piacun. Aline E. 
(Harvey, LA) 
Freshman. Undeclared 
All our love, always! Mom and 
Dad 

Pichaandi, Kothanda Rama 
(Tirunelveli. India) 
GD. Chemistry 
Pichardo, Ernesto R. 
(Miramar. FL) 

Senior. Chemical Engineering 
American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. Society of Hispanic 
Professional Engineers. Omega 
Chi Epsilon Honor Society 
Pichette, Alexandra L. 
(Belmont. MA) 
Senior. English 
Pichette. Julia Danielle 
(Belmont. MA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 
Pichon, Samantha Marie 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM, Health 

Communication/Education 
Pick. Lindsay Cohen 
(New Orleans. LA) 
Senior, Sociology. Psychology 
Amnesty International. 
Psychology Club 
Congratulations! we are so 
proud of you.' Love. Mom & 
Jonathan 
Pickel Justin 
(Tallahassee. FL) 
Junior. Ecology & Evol Biology 
Pickens Kristen Jenna 
(Somers Point. NJ) 
Junior. Pol Sci/lnternational 
Relation 

Pickett Andrew M. 
(West Hartford. CT) 
2L. L ■ 

Picknell Francie Sarah 
(Napavine. wa) 
GM. International Health 
Piear Allegra Michele 
(New Orleans. LA) 
GM. Liberal Arts 
Piehl Jennifer Claire 
(Hayward. CA) 
GD. Anthropology 
Pierce Danielle L 
(Irving. TX) 
GM. Art History 
Pierce Ikeeanta 
(Fort Worth. TX) 
Senior. Organizational Info 
Technology 

My Senior Year ■ the year of sur- 
vival. 

Pierce Karen Cashio 
(Mandeville. LA) 
Freshman. Organizational info 
Technology 



Pierotti, Elisabeth 

(Scarsdaie. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pierson. Brian E 

(Ann Arbor. Ml) 

GD. Anthropology 

Pierson. Daniel Noah 

(Mount Kisco. NY) 

Sophomore. History 

Green Club 

Piel, Valerie Marie 

(Idaho Falls. ID) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Gymnastics Club. Runner's Club 

Pigott. Justine Danielle 

(New Orleans. LA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pijerov. Anthony J 

(Garden City. SC) 

3L. Law 

Pilcher. Chad Alan 

(West Monroe. LA) 

2L. Law 

Pile-Spellman. Katherine C. 

(Pelham. NY) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pillert. Jerina E 

(New Orleans. LA) 

GD. Biomedical Engineering 

Pinchuk Maryana 

(Starkville. MS) 

Senior. Russian 

Pincus. Eli Nathaniel 

(New York. NY) 

Junior. Finance 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Pinkerton Clayton J. 

(Bayville. NY) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Pinkerton. Jocelyn Slavin 

(Belmont. MA) 

Sophomore. Undeclared 

Pinner Sean F. 

(Los Gatos. CA) 

Senior. Legal Studies. Psychology 

Business Law Society 

Pinsky Michael Ross 

(Atlanta. GA) 

Senior. Psychology 

Pinsly Elliot Joseph 

(Nashville. TN) 

GM. Social Work 

Pinto Andrea Daniela 

(Quito. Ecuador) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Piper Michael James 

(Evanston. IL) 

Junior. Bus I 

Pirayesh Arian 

(Salt Lake City. UT) 

Junior. Political Science 

Pirolli Heather M. 

(Chartestown. Rl) 

Junior. Psychology 

Pirraglia Anthony F. 

(Belmont. MA) 

Senior. Fine 

Pitre Christopher C 

(Jackson. MS) 

Freshman. Undeclared 

Pitre Jason M. 

(Mandev»e. LA) 

_-CiOl Work 
Pitre Terrance Gerald Jr 

?idge. LA) 
Senior. Media Arts 
Pitts Jeffrey D 
(Mobile. AL) 
GM. Executive MBA 
Pitts Jessica K 
(Fraser. Ml) 
3L Law 
Pixberg David 
(Mandev*e. LA) 
GM. Executive MBA 
Piaoferrolo Tina N. 
(Las Vegas. NV) 
Sophomore. Psychology 
Pizzolato Deborah Thomas 
(Horahan. LA) 
Sophomore. Undeclared 



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Pjevac, Nebojsa 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Business 

Place, Julia Michelle 

(New Rochelle, NY) 

Senior, Marketing 

Plaeger, Whitney K 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

Sophomore, Undeclared 

Plafsky, Danielle Jo 

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) 

Sophomore, Marketing, English 

Sigma Delta Tau, Tennis Club, 

Newcomb Dance Company 

Plaisance, Marcus Joseph 

(Baker, LA) 

Junior, Marketing 

Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi - 

Professional Business Fraternity 

Good Luck during your senior 

yearl We love you and are 

proud of you! Mom and Dad 

Planchard, Brian Scott 

(Shreveport, LA) 

MD4, Medicine 

Planchard, Emily Louise 

(Shreveport, LA) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Plautz, Andrea Jean 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, International Health 

Plavner, Amy Hannah 

(Annapolis, MD) 

Freshman, Psychology 

Pleas, Kaitlin A. 

(Seattle, WA) 

Junior, Architecture 

Pletsch, Gayle R 

(Baton Rouge, LA) 

MD3, Medicine 

Ploch, Stefan Eugene 

(Napa, CA) 

MD1, Medicine 

Plominski, Kevin Daniel 

(Port Washington, NY) 

Senior, Finance 

Lacrosse Club-Men's, Sigma 

Alpha Mu 

Plotkin, Abigail 

(Encino, CA) 

Junior, Art Studio 

Plotkin, Carly Rochelle 

(Winter Park, FL) 

Freshman. Marketing 

Plummer, Alexzia G 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GM, Latin American Studies 

Plyer, Allison Dahlman 

(New Orleans, LA) 

GD, Health Systems 

Management 

Plzak, Steven Kenneth 

(Indian Head Park, IL) 

FYR, Architecture, Art History 

Poche, Sharon Ann 

(River Ridge, LA) 

Sophomore, Applied Business 

Podesta, Samuel Eugene 

(Memphis, TN) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Podet, Adam Gabriel 

(Houston, TX) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Podskalny, Laurie Katherine 

(Silver Spring, MD) 

Freshman, Undeclared 

Poe, Scott A 

(Decatur, GA) 

GD, International Health 

Pogribna, Ulana 

(Little Rock, AR) 

MD3, Medicine 

American Medical Women's 

Association, American Medical 

Student Association. Medical 

School - 3rd year 

Pokharna. Hiren Sampatraj 

(Ahmedabad, GU) 

GM, Epidemiology 

Pokross, Jordan David 

(Oak Park, CA) 

Sophomore, Communication 

Zeta Beta Tau, Cricket Club 



Polak, Katherine Courtney